About a month ago, I sat down with the CEO of a promising startup in the blogging space and asked him a rhetorical question: "What is it about blogging that makes it so interesting?"\u00a0 After pointing out the staggering adoption of blogs, among corporations and individuals alike, he captured for me what is the essence of a blog\u2019s appeal: "It\u2019s a new form of communication.\u00a0 It\u2019s about capturing a conversation that wasn\u2019t ever captured before."\u00a0 As I pondered his answer, I tucked away the notion, thinking about all of my "conversations" worthy of capturing in a blog.\u00a0 Fast forward a couple of weeks, and I am on a plane flying home after our annual CIO Council offsite in Las Vegas, when I got to thinking: VCs and CIOs.\u00a0 VCs, CIOs and a blog.\u00a0 A blog about enterprise technology, with VCs and CIOs as the participants in the conversation...hmmm.As a venture capital firm with a significant focus on enterprise technology, we spend a significant amount of time evaluating startups on the cutting edge of technology that are solving big, meaningful problems that ultimately benefit CIOs and their organizations.\u00a0 To that end, we\u2019ve been maintaining our own intimate conversation with a closely knit group of CIOs for some time, as you can see in this articlefrom CIO magazine. \u00a0As my fellow VC David Cowan puts it in the tagline of his blog, "Venture Capital is harder than it looks.\u00a0 That\u2019s why I\u2019ve decided to try the open source approach."\u00a0 So with that in mind, my firm, along with our friends at CIO magazine, have embarked on this effort to foster this conversation between VCs and CIOs.\u00a0 In the coming weeks, look to this blog as the place where you will hear from me and my partners about our perspective on new trends and technologies impacting the enterprise and the interesting startups leading the charge.\u00a0 And of course, you should also look to this blog as the place where you can give us your feedback: trends that you care about, interesting startups that may have crossed your path, and topics that you\u2019d like to see us address.\u00a0 In the end, our goal is to involve everyone, and create a dialogue that benefits everyone who cares about technology and its impact on the enterprise.We\u2019re looking forward to the conversation.