VC:VC Humor from the New Yorker

Last week's New Yorker magazine (the "Innovation" edition) had several wonderful cartoons that might as well have been drawn for a VC:VC posting (comparing Venture Capital to Venture Cycling).

To start with, I couldn't resist a wife's eye view of a not-fit-enough husband becoming a venture cyclist.

Next I see a couple of cavemen lamenting the lack of creative opportunities ahead, now that everything has been invented. If this had been my cartoon, it would have this caption: Og Partners invested in Fire Tech, and Thorak Ventures got into that great Wheel Systems deal. There's nothing left for us.

Finally, the environmental and business interests meet around a creative idea for a green business.

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