Matlack, a successful venture capitalist, has sunk some $500,000 into the GMP, and helped raise nearly as much from his wealthy friends and colleagues. Hardly significant money for someone of his affluence, but substantial enough for an endeavor unrelated to his profession, and in an industry guaranteed to lower the bank balances of even the needful rich. Since Matlack launched the GMP in 2010, it has received notices — favorable and otherwise — from publications such as The Atlantic, Salon, Slate, Cosmo, Huffington Post, Jezebel, and others.
Is Thomas Matlack Bad For Good Men
This is a must read about Tom Matlack, founder of The Good Men Project.
And, because it’s been said I have “an axe to grind”, remember who made the bulk of his mainstream media publicity writing for The Good Men Project. Then, consider the $$$ amounts mentioned in the post (in the millions) and ponder on what we are talking about when we talk about “fatigue” over certain topics or discussions. At the end of the day, it boils down to who is allowed to have access to those resources and who gets to profit from them.
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