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Comment Yes (Score 1) 358

If he has a business plan that he and his investors feel confident in, he has the drive and determination, and he finds it fun, I say go for it. Of course, he could also sell and sink the cash into another venture, so he has less reliance on venture capital. Depends on how he feels about how far he can carry his technology versus come up with new ideas.

Personally, without having seen it, I think it's dangerous to turn down a boatload of cash for something that can get kicked out from underneath you pretty quickly. Of course, I'm not so brilliant Facebook is offering me millions, either.

At the source of every error which is blamed on the computer you will find at least two human errors, including the error of blaming it on the computer.