Lately, I have been following Eze Vidra’s VC Café.
Eze lives in the Bay Area, covering early stage startups, innovative technologies and venture capital news with a spotlight on Israel.
Started in 2005, VC Café has been featured on The Wall Street Journal and recently ranked as one of the top 100 VC blogs.
Think TechCrunch and GigaOM, but with a focus on Israeli technology. You’ve got a winning combination is you want to see not only who is doing what in Israel, but who is getting funded.