San Diego’s KnuEdge, Stealthy Since 2005, Unveils Neural Tech

Xconomy

In a statement released yesterday, Goldin said the company founded in 2005 as Intellisis and now known as KnuEdge set out “to create technologies that will in essence alter how humans interact with machines, and enable next-generation computing capabilities.”

A Serial Entrepreneur’s Take On Brad Feld & Jason Mendelson’s Venture Deals

InfoChachkie

Brad and Jason have been exposing venture capitalists’ secrets since 2005, when they began writing a blog series on Term Sheets at AskTheVC.

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Steve Blank Discusses The Origin And Future Of The Lean Startup Movement

InfoChachkie

He is credited with pioneering the Lean Startup Movement in 2005 via the publication of his bestselling, Four Steps To The Epiphany. Large companies write business plans, why of course, that’s the organizing document for a startup.

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How Open Should a Startup CEO be with Staff?

Both Sides of the Table

It’s a hard topic to write about because it’s almost an accepted norm that total transparency is good. They told you, “Yeah, man, I’ll gladly write the first $250,000. We funded one in 2005 and lost a lot of money. CEO transparency.

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How to Decrease the Odds That Your Startup Fails

Both Sides of the Table

The questions that a VC mulls before writing a check are precisely the questions you should be asking yourself. But that’s harder to build in 2016 than it was in say 2005. Many startup businesses – tech or otherwise – fail. In our industry we applaud the efforts for entrepreneurs to have tried and we know that today’s failure can bring the experience for tomorrow’s success.

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Interview Dan Dato and Bruce Brown, Upstart.LA

socalTECH

Bruce Brown: I was working in 1985 writing keyboard and mouse drivers for Windows version 1. Digital Equipment Corporation had a computer called the Rainbow Computer, and I was writing 80x86 assembler for the hardware adaptation layer of Windows for the Rainbow.

5 Reasons Why Businesses Still Love Microsoft

Tech Zulu Event

All we have to do is look at the data, though: Since its launch in 2005, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 has sold 66 million copies worldwide. Credit for the writing and research of this article and content goes to Zack Schuler of Cal Net Technology Group, Founder & CEO.

Want to know why charging $12 / year converts higher than $9.99?

Both Sides of the Table

But it’s PacMan.&# I forgot to get him on record on the show, but Gregg writes all the lyrics for the big presidential videos they’ve done – you can see where the humor of JibJab comes from. Any takers in a trade for helping do some write-ups against whatever you want?

Interview with Scott Lahman, GOGII

socalTECH

Around 2005, those of us at JAMDAT thought Apple would disrupt the application space, so we approached Apple. Even though write once and run anywhere has been the holy grail, I think it's the false prophet.

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Data is the Next Major Layer of the Cloud & A Major Victory for Startups

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When I started my second company in 2005 we decided to do everything differently. They have built tools to store the data but also to allow 3rd-party developers to rapidly consume or even write data to their tables.

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A Few Key People Really Can Make a Huge Difference

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When I saw what BuddyTV is working on and how long they’ve been the market (since 2005) I realized that this has huge potential to help disrupt the television market. I don’t write about LA but I write from LA. This article originally ran on TechCrunch.

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Interview with Howard Marks, Gamzee

socalTECH

I returned to the gaming industry in 2005, when I started Acclaim Games, which we then sold to Playdom. Howard Marks: In 2005, when I started Acclaim, I believed the future of games were free to play, online games.

63 Los Angeles Entrepreneurs To Be Proud Of

SoCal Delicious

There are hundreds of entrepreneurs here in Los Angeles who are building awesome companies, writing awesome books, making awesome movies and are trying to solve important problems to help make this world a better place. Our Best Interviews Via Email: Monthly. Weekly. Idea Mensch.

Is WebEx “Dead Man Walking?”

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billion (plus an earn out that could have totalled $4 billion but didn’t in the end) in 2005 before selling 65% of the company in 2009 for $1.9 I’m writing this post from Shanghai.

Its BlogWorld Time! Los Angeles Get Ready!

Tech Zulu Event

Lisa Stone co-founded BlogHer in 2005 with Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins. As the co-founder of the Underground Comedy College, for the past 3 years he teaches classes in stand-up, improv and sketch comedy writing to aspiring creative performers. BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2011 comes to Los Angeles and its finally here. Starting November 3-5 (This week) BlogWorld kicks it off as will TechZulu.

Brad Feld Drops Knowledge. Here’s What He Said …

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Huge thank you to Steve De Long for the write up. In 2004 / 2005 I was starting to get intrigued with user-generated content. Brad Feld is a fountain of knowledge & wisdom.

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Interview: Paige Craig, CEO BetterWorks

InfoChachkie

4) What lessons from launching the Lincoln Group in Baghdad in 2005 are transferable to today’s LA startup scene? What must a startup do to motivate you to write them a check? Messenger : Paige Craig, CEO BetterWorks, Angel Investor, former Marine.

Want to Know How First Round Capital was Started?

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As a courtesy if you enjoyed his write-up please check out his startup company, ChannelStack. Josh and Howard began co-investing as angels and in 2005 they started a $10 million fund. If you read this blog often you'll know that I'm a huge fan of First Round Capital.

Seth Sternberg – Meebo

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A huge shout out to Ricky Wong of NYCSteals for helping me with the write-up. In 2005, Meebo started connected users across other websites.

Its BlogWorld Time! Los Angeles Get Ready!

Tech Zulu Event

Lisa Stone co-founded BlogHer in 2005 with Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins. As the co-founder of the Underground Comedy College, for the past 3 years he teaches classes in stand-up, improv and sketch comedy writing to aspiring creative performers. BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2011 comes to Los Angeles and its finally here. Starting November 3-5 (This week) BlogWorld kicks it off as will TechZulu.

Public and Open Debate is the Highest Form of Democracy (and Blogging)

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I started blogging in 2005 and then re-started blogging about a year ago. I’ve always believed that you learn a great deal when you’re presenting, teaching or writing about what you know. It’s just my writing style. I lived in the UK for nearly a decade.

This Week in VC with Mo Koyfman of Spark Capital

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Spark Capital is relatively new to VC (founded in 2005) yet has become one of the hottest new VCs having invested in Twitter, Tumblr, AdMeld, Boxee, KickApps and many more companies. We both felt that the critical reasoning skills and writing skills were critical to our career development.

The @TWTFelipe Story – A Tale of US Visa Policy Gone Awry (#startupvisa)

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I’ve been meaning to write this post since September of last year when Brad Feld first wrote about the The Founders Visa Movement. I commented briefly on his blog and made a mental note to write a blog post. At the time he granted me permission to write about his story.

Does the Size of a VC Fund Matter?

Both Sides of the Table

I’m writing this series because if you better understand how VC firms work you can better target which firms make sense for you to speak with. If a fund has a $25 million fund then you know they aren’t going to be writing $5 million checks!

Retro: My Favorite Blog Post on Raising VC

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I had previously raised VC in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2005. I had seen many cycles and decided that since I was going to do it all over again I should write about it. I decided to write about my experience and to be blunt. It became a huge kerfuffle with many VC partners writing to thank me for the post, which exposed those that gave their industry a bad name. I don’t plan to write the authoritative venture capital blog, just some anecdotes.

This Week in VC Episode 6 with @Jason Calacanis: Best One Yet

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Criteo was founded in 2005 in France; now based in Palo Alto, CA. We just had our sixth episode of #TWiVC and I felt this one was the best. This week was had Jason Calacanis as our guest.

Interview with Curtis Staker and William Goldbach, Confident Technologies

socalTECH

Plus, there's always shoulder surfing--when people write them down, and are grabbing for your daytimer or spreadsheet for passwords--that's treating passwords like it's the 1950's, and leaving your front door key under a door mat.

Interview with Josh Stomel, ResumeBucket

socalTECH

I had early success working in-house with Matt Coffin at LowerMyBills in 2005, and then I was brought on by Yahoo to build out the Yahoo Publisher Network Team. Plus, we will provide resume writing services. Our startup interview this morning is with Josh Stomel , founder of ResumeBucket (www.resumebucket.com), a new web site that is focused on helping people share their resumes with the world.

How to cleverly integrate your own URI shortener

SoCal Delicious

It was fun to write, so go get the best out of it. Sebastian’s Pamphlets If you’ve read my articles somewhere on the Internet, expect something different here.

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