Hey, have you heard what Paul McNamara is up to?No, not me. And, no, not this blog.I'm talking about another Paul McNamara -- known hereafter as The Other One -- a Silicon Valley veteran, most recently with El Dorado Ventures, who first crossed my radar back when he was an exec at Red Hat in the late '90s. The Other One has taken the CEO reins of an El Dorado-backed startup temporarily called Versai Technology, which is holed up stealthily in what the company's new blog calls "an industrial section of Redwood City (one of the few remaining industrial sections in Silicon Valley)." Versai was founded by CTO Greg Olsen, whose previous venture, Extricity, was a B-to-B integration specialist that was acquired for $168 million in 2001 as part of a buying spree by Peregrine Systems, itself snapped up by HP last year.The Other One sent me an e-mail a few days ago to let me know that his company\u2019s blog was up and running. \u201cWe plan to use the blog to talk about issues in the software and Internet space and hopefully give people some insight into our thinking,\u201d he says.Naturally, I asked The Other One for details about Versai:\u00a0 "Regarding the new company, here\u2019s what I can tell you: We are a software-as-a-service company with a twist.\u00a0 We empower businesspeople to easily create and use custom-tailored SaaS applications.\u00a0 In some ways we will be competing with Salesforce AppExchange, but our approach will be different and our appeal will be broader. I\u2019ll need to demonstrate this last point to you once I can talk more expansively about the product."In the meantime, you can definitely get a sense of the angle from which The Other One is coming at the opportunity by reading his essay entitled \u201cThe Software Complexity Racket.\u201d (The piece is so well written I don\u2019t mind seeing my name on it.) By the way, the first time I spoke with The Other One was in 1998 when he was at Red Hat and I was a reporter here writing a story that carried the headline "Linux cynics." My byline and his quotes promised such confusion for readers that we felt compelled to explain the lack of any relationship in an editor's note. Hope everything is clear now.