Jonathan Abrams is the founder & CEO of Nuzzel, the super-easy way to see news from your friends.
Jonathan is also co-founder and Managing Partner of Founders Den, a shared office space and private club for experienced entrepreneurs and their friends.
Previously, Jonathan was the founder & CEO of Socializr, Friendster, and HotLinks.
“Jonathan Abrams, whose resume as a founder includes the Founders Den startup workspace, event service Socializr, social bookmarking service HotLinks, and
Friendster, is launching his latest startup: Nuzzel, a site for browsing the news that your friends have shared on social networks. I connected my Twitter
account, and within seconds, I had a page of headlines shared by the people I follow on Twitter, along with their commentary, and related news and stories from
sites like Reddit, Hacker News, and Techmeme. It's a clean, intuitive layout, allowing you to browse a bunch of headlines quickly, see which friends are sharing
them, and read what those friends had to say about the news.”
“The Founders Den is a new, exclusive, invite-only shared office space and club geared towards serial
entrepreneurs. If you don't know someone who's either a founder, a sponsor, or someone who's on the advisory
board, you don't have a chance. It's by referral only. And so far, from what I hear, there's a waiting list of
entrepreneurs trying to get a spot in the South Of Market location, which has become the tech hub of San
“One of the most intriguing aspects of San Francisco's recent resurgence
has been the appearance of several speakeasies – bars modeled on the
Prohibition-era establishments famous for their bootleg liquor and
enticing illegality. Newly opened Slide is perhaps the most popular
and swankiest of these. Built on the site of an actual speakeasy,
Slide reflects its owner's desire to bring the history of
San Francisco into a nightclub atmosphere.”
– Forbes Traveler