Once upon a time there was a magical place built of motherboards and angel capital. It was a mystical kingdom where vices ran like syrup from a maple tree. It was called Silicon Alley. Of the lords of this Never-Never Land, one stood head and shoulders above the rest, like a modern day Oberon, casting spells on mortals to do his bidding. His name: Joshua M. Harris. He was a hustler surpassed by none and before the tech bubble burst, Harris held court over a group of tech-geeks, art-freaks and venture capitalists who all thought Harris’s groundbreaking tech companies, PSEUDO.com and We Live In Public, could be their E-ticket to the promised land.
This year at Sundance, filmmaker Ondi Timoner (of DiG! fame) released her documentary about Harris, We Live In Public, and it won the Grand Jury Prize for best doc. It was thus that Flavorwire coaxed Josh out of his cubby and to ask, DUDE where you been? Prepping for round two in the spotlight, as it turns out. Read more about his master plan after the jump. … Read More