Jason founded Echosign and sold it to Adobe. Top resource for Saas businesses from VC perspective. Very active on Quora.
The original blog he co-wrote with Brad Feld during the Jack Bauer 24 days was incredible. They have continued to push the envelope and their book on fund raising, Venture Deals, which is a must read.
Was a founder before becoming a VC. Lives in Philly with offices in NY and SF, but like the outside the valley perspective he brings to the conversation.
Mark sold his company to Salesforce before becoming a VC, so he has a great perspective on the process. He has a way with words and is a great writer. One of the best.
Paul Graham from YCombinator fame writes no nonsense practical advice for entrepreneurs. He covers many important topics and his writings are almost like a pre-YC class
Chris is a prolific thinker and writer having written with Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha.
James is completely irreverant and his honesty and sense of humor are really appreciated. Been rich, broke, and seems to own the market on second and third lives. He even wrote a graphic novel about it. Read his stuff, you will laugh and learn something.
McClure and team just passed 1200 startups, invests in global companies, great program.
Ravi is focused on the Enterprise (B2B) and with great sponsors and investors backing his program, which is located in the Twitter building.
New York based and product focused accelerator with a great reputation by ex-Googler Tomas Korte.
Nicolai is from Sweden and has been at it for a while with a truly global viewpoint.
Esteban has a laser focus on education and gaming and brings a wealth of experience to both.
Hana and team focus on Latino entrepreneurs.
Yes that one, Pascal is building out a new program for entrepreneurs solving intractable problems.
Visa problems not a problem with Unshackled and Manan helping you out.
The first and one of the very best. The gold standard.
THE spot for syndicates, deals, and information on investors. Also has great data and export ability.
Check out the most trending products. Entrepreneurs are looking to get their products listed here.
Quora has the inside view on those questions you can never seem to find good answers to on the web.
Steve Blank curates and updates a list of tools for startups for nearly everything.
Daily read sort of like the Whats News section of the Wall Street Journal but focused on technology.