LinkSViewer 1.3: Education & Background Info +

January 25, 2008 on 10:45 am | In New Features | 37 Comments

<meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 1.1.3 (Linux)" /><meta name="CREATED" content="20080118;8072000" /><meta name="CHANGED" content="20080118;8162300" /> <style> <!-- @page { size: 8.27in 11.69in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --></style><meta http-equiv="CONTENT-TYPE" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /><title /><meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 1.1.3 (Linux)" /><meta name="CREATED" content="20080118;8072000" /><meta name="CHANGED" content="20080118;8162300" /> <style> <!-- @page { size: 8.27in 11.69in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --> </style></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">We recently released the <a href="http://linksviewer.com//">LinkSViewer 1.3</a><meta http-equiv="CONTENT-TYPE" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /><title /><meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 1.1.3 (Linux)" /><meta name="CREATED" content="20080125;10450600" /><meta name="CHANGED" content="16010101;0" /> capital mapping tool. It has the same functionality as before with several updates to make the site more usable and flexible for end users - all at the same price! <style> <!-- @page { size: 8.27in 11.69in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --></style>In this post I would like to highlight new features, illustrate an example using LinkedIn President/Entrepreneur Reid Hoffman, and describe two practical uses of the new features as a time saving and discovery tool: (1) Cold Calls–>Warm Calls; and (2) Finding Job Leads.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Here is a list of what’s new:</p> <ul> <li>New Information on Maps: Education, Background, Current Affiliations</li> <li>Controls Tab: Multiple combinations, Collapse nodes, Link Cleaner</li> <li>Smart Default Tabs: Relational 1st degrees, Background maps, Cluster Maps</li> <li>Updated search features: School results, Experience results</li> </ul> <p>Below are a few example map links and brief descriptions (WebLinks open up FreeView map in a new window):</p> <p> <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=128#more-128">Continue reading LinkSViewer 1.3: Education & Background Info +…</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=128" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=128" dc:title="LinkSViewer 1.3: Education & Background Info +" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=128" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-125"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=125" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to Take the Forbes 400 Alumni Networks Quiz">Take the Forbes 400 Alumni Networks Quiz</a></h2> <small>September 21, 2007 on 2:03 am | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=6" title="View all posts in In the news" rel="category tag">In the news</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=8" title="View all posts in Network Training" rel="category tag">Network Training</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=12" title="View all posts in New Features" rel="category tag">New Features</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=16" title="View all posts in Year in Review" rel="category tag">Year in Review</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=125#comments" title="Comment on Take the Forbes 400 Alumni Networks Quiz">8 Comments</a></small> <p><strong>The Forbes Richest 400 Alumni Networks Quiz (by Dean Krikorian, Ph.D.)</strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt"><a target="_blank" title="Link to the GroupScope Homepage" href="http://groupscope.com">GroupScope</a> and <a target="_blank" title="Link to the Spresent Homepage" href="http://spresent.com">Spresent</a> partnered with <a target="_blank" title="Link to the Forbes 400 Mainpage" href="http://www.forbes.com/2007/09/19/richest-americans-forbes-lists-richlist07-cx_mm_0920rich_land.html">Forbes.com</a> to deliver the <a target="_blank" title="Link to the Forbes 400 Viewer Page" href="http://www.forbes.com/2007/09/18/billionaire-social-mapping-lists-richlist07-cx_jb_0920social_map.html">Forbes 400 Viewer</a>, which <a target="_blank" title="Link to the Forbes article describing the Forbes 400 Viewer" href="http://www.forbes.com/2007/09/20/billionaire-alumni-networks-lists-richlist07-cx_jb_0920richalumn.html">maps network affiliations</a> between the richest Americans that attended Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale Universities (The Top 4 Universities on the Forbes 400). The Forbes 400 Viewer is a flexible Flash interface that displays relationships that are not readily apparent to the end user. This blog post illustrates some of these key relationships in a 10-question multiple choice quiz format. See how much you know about universities ties of the richest Americans. This is a fairly difficult test (as an ex-Cornell prof. who was known for having <70% median scores on multiple choice exams): Score 8-10 and consider yourself a Forbes Expert; Score 6-7 and consider yourself as passing. On with the questions...answers at end:<br /> </span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">1. What degree is most popular for Harvard alumni on the list?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. BA/BS<br /> B. MBA<br /> C. MA/MS<br /> D. Ph.D.</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">2. What degree is most popular for Yale alumni on the list?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. BA/BS<br /> B. MBA<br /> C. MA/MS<br /> D. Ph.D.</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">3. In which state do most Yale alumni on the list currently reside?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Connecticut<br /> B. New York<br /> C. California<br /> D. Texas<br /> </span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">4. What two Universities have the most co-alumni?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Harvard and Princeton<br /> B. Harvard and Yale<br /> C. Harvard and Stanford<br /> D. Princeton and Stanford</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">5. What company has the most Investments (>5% Stake) from list member alumni in the Top 4 Universities?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Microsoft<br /> B. Google<br /> C. Gap<br /> D. Berkshire Hathaway</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">6. What University has the most co-alumni with Harvard University?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Columbia<br /> B. Stanford<br /> C. Yale<br /> D. University of Pennsylvania</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">7. Which University has the most Self made list members in the Finance industry?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Harvard<br /> B. Stanford<br /> C. Princeton<br /> D. Yale</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">8. Which University has the most Inherited and Growing list members in the Oil/Gas industry?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Harvard<br /> B. Stanford<br /> C. Princeton<br /> D. Yale</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">9. What is the state residence for the most Top 4 University list members under the age of 60?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. New York<br /> B. California<br /> C. Texas<br /> D. Florida</span></p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt">10. What University has the most Self made list members with Wealth over $2 Billion under the age of 50?</span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size: 10pt">A. Harvard<br /> B. Stanford<br /> C. Princeton<br /> D. Yale</span></p> <p> <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=125#more-125">Continue reading Take the Forbes 400 Alumni Networks Quiz…</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=125" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=125" dc:title="Take the Forbes 400 Alumni Networks Quiz" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=125" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-124"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=124" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to How Can Entrepreneurs Use LinkSViewer?: TheFunded.com Case Study">How Can Entrepreneurs Use LinkSViewer?: TheFunded.com Case Study</a></h2> <small>July 18, 2007 on 9:05 pm | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=5" title="View all posts in Investor Analysis" rel="category tag">Investor Analysis</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=124#comments" title="Comment on How Can Entrepreneurs Use LinkSViewer?: TheFunded.com Case Study">4 Comments</a></small> <p><a title="Link to TheFunded.com homepage" href="http://thefunded.com" target="_blank">The Funded.com</a> is a entrepreneurial resource that provides various ratings and data for VC funds.  <a title="Link to LinkSViewer home page" href="http://linksviewer.com" target="_blank">LinkSViewer</a> illustrates relations between Silicon Valley investors, companies, and their board members/management teams.  This post demonstrates LinkSViewer network map integration with TheFunded information to further supply resources for the emerging start-up company interested in obtaining venture capital.  The main idea here is to combine capital relations with entrepreneurial experiences. </p> <p>Some potential questions (with TheFunded.com in mind):</p> <ul> <li>What are the investment relations of the VC(s)?</li> <ul> <li>How are they related to other VCs?</li> <li>How are they related to board members and/or management team members?</li> </ul> <li>What other companies has the VC (or multiple VCs) invested in? </li> <ul> <li>In what sector? </li> <li>Over the what time period? </li> <li>With what keywords? </li> </ul> </ul> <p>Let’s look at an example:</p> <p><a title="Link to True Ventures profile on thefunded.com" href="http://www.thefunded.com/funds/show/True+Ventures" target="_blank">True Ventures</a> is currently rated as one of the top VC firms by the members at TheFunded.  Let’s examine the relational network map for True Ventures’ portfolio companies in the Silicon Valley:</p> <p><a title="True Ventures Relational Map - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=rel&inv=True+Ventures&submit=Relational+map" target="_blank"><img title="True Ventures Relational Map - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="True Ventures Relational Map - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/TrueVentures75.png" /></a></p> <p><em>True Ventures Relational Map.  Notes: (1) All of the active companies are private companies (blue rectangles); (2) Three Angel investors (yellow ovals) have multiple capital relations with True Ventures: Auren Hoffman (Meebo & BrightRoll) and Michael Tanne & Jeff Clavier (BrightRoll & Maya’s Mom) have two common investment ties with True Ventures; (3) Three Board/Management Team Members (tan ovals) have board/management team interlocks with Sphere and Automattic: Phil Black (True Ventures), Toni Schneider (True Ventures & Automattic CEO), and Matt Mullenweg (Automattic founding executive).  Double click on each tan oval in the map for their LinkSV bio (in a new window).  Here is a </em><a title="True Ventures Relational Map (MinLink =1) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=rel&inv=True+Ventures&rel_minlink=1&rel_remap=2" target="_blank"><em>complete view</em></a><em> of all of the relations for True Ventures Silicon Valley active companies (including all co-investors and related management team and board members). (Source: <a title="Link to True Ventures Company Summary from our partner LinkSV.com - Check it out!" href="http://linksv.com/companySummaryVc.aspx?co_idURL=38283" target="_blank">LinkSV.com</a>)</em></p> <p>Here we gain a sense of the Silicon Valley company portfolio of True Ventures as it relates to its co-investors and board/management team interlocks.  LinksViewer provides a handy (and clickable) representation of the relational capital for each VC firm.  Below are some other potentially interesting maps for start-up entrepreneurs: </p> <p><a title="Sequoia Capial + Accel Partners combined relational map - Company Filters: Rounds = 1,2; Sector = Internet; Date Last Funded = 2005-" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&inv=Accel+Partners&inv=Sequoia+Capital&sector=Internet&capRounds=1-2&dateLastRound=2005-" target="_blank">Sequoia Capital + Accel Partners: Round 1-2 Internet Sector companies funded in 2005 or later</a> </p> <p><a title="Sequoia Capial + Accel Partners combined relational map - Company Filters: Rounds = 1,2; Company Keyword = wireless; Date Last Funded = 2005-" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&inv=Accel+Partners&inv=Sequoia+Capital&sector=Internet&capRounds=1-2&dateLastRound=2005-" target="_blank">Sequoia Capital + Accel Partners: Round 1-2 Keyword “Wireless” companies funded in 2005 or later</a></p> <p>Entrepreneurs are encouraged to try out LinkSViewer for a <a title="LinkSViewer Free Trial Sign-Up Page" href="http://linksviewer.com/home/" target="_blank">free two-week trial</a> (particularly when in capital-seeking mode).  This allows the user access to multiple map views, search, filtering, and a number of other features.  After the two-week trial, LinkSViewer is available on a per seat monthly subscription basis for $25/month.  Check it out, it may save you money in the long run… </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=124" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=124" dc:title="How Can Entrepreneurs Use LinkSViewer?: TheFunded.com Case Study" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=124" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-123"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=123" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to ShoreTel Soars: IPO Update + Rationale">ShoreTel Soars: IPO Update + Rationale</a></h2> <small>July 6, 2007 on 6:49 am | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=6" title="View all posts in In the news" rel="category tag">In the news</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=11" title="View all posts in IPO" rel="category tag">IPO</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=123#comments" title="Comment on ShoreTel Soars: IPO Update + Rationale">9 Comments</a></small> <p>In an <a title="Linkto CapitalBLOG Post: Shoretel IPO Filing - Early Returns, but a Cautionary Tale?" href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=57" target="_blank">earlier post</a>, I touted ShoreTel Networks as an up and coming IPO.  This post updates ShoreTel’s IPO status, comments on its recent patent suit, and provides some further rationale on the importance of relational capital (i.e., strategic connections) in ShoreTel’s investment network (particularly its ties to Apple).</p> <p><strong>Trading Details:</strong> <a title="ShoreTel Yahoo Finance Summary" href="http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=shor" target="_blank">SHOR</a> was originally priced at $10.50 (at the top end of its range) on June 28th and then was re-priced at $9.50 (at its mid-range) when it opened on July 3 (it opened to the public at $10.00).  ShoreTel ended up at $12.15 (+27.89% from IPO price) after its first day of trading.  It closed at $12.77 (+34.44% from IPO price) in Day 2 trading. </p> <p><strong>IPO Delay Background:</strong> ShoreTel was set to trade on June 28th, then got hit with a <a title="Link to Jon Arnold's Blog Post: Shoretel IPO Roadblock - Mitel Launches Lawsuit" href="http://blogs.pulver.com/jarnold/archives/2007/06/shortel_ipo_roa.html" target="_blank">patent suit by Mitel Networks</a> (ShoreTel CEO <a title="Link to ShoreTel Chairman, President, and CEO John Combs bio on the ShoreTel Homepage" href="http://www.shoretel.com/about/leadership/john_combs.html" target="_blank">John Combs</a>‘ ex-company) on the eve of its IPO.  If you read into the <a title="Link to PR NewsWire post: Mitel Sues ShoreTel for Patent Infringement" href="http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/06-27-2007/0004616975&EDATE=" target="_blank">infringed patent claims</a>, the details do not seem to affect core business processes (realize that I am no patent attorney, but I can differentiate between features and core technologies): (1) <a title="Link to US Patent 5,940,834" href="http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=5940834.PN.&OS=PN/5940834&RS=PN/5940834" target="_blank">Automatic Web Page Generator</a>; (2) <a title="Link to US Patent 5,703,942" href="http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=5703942.PN.&OS=PN/5703942&RS=PN/5703942" target="_blank">Portable telephone user profiles using central computer</a>; (3) <a title="Link to US Patent 5,541,983" href="http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=5541983.PN.&OS=PN/5541983&RS=PN/5541983" target="_blank">Automatic telephone feature selector</a>; and (4) <a title="Link to US Patent 5,657,446" href="http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=5657446.PN.&OS=PN/5657446&RS=PN/5657446" target="_blank">Local area communications server</a>.  It is of no surprise that <a title="Link to Renaissance Capital news item: Telecommunications services company Mitel Networks files for IPO (5/10/2006)" href="http://www.ipohome.com/marketwatch/iponews2.asp?article=5054" target="_blank">Mitel also filed for its IPO</a>, so its timing on the patent suit presumably had a <em>modus operandi</em>.  ShoreTel plans to defend the lawsuit, issuing a statement that ”We believe we have meritorious defenses to Mitel’s claims.”  In any case, the suit seemingly resulted in a 5-day delay in ShoreTel’s IPO and a $1.00 reduction in its original offering price. </p> <p><strong>Relational Capital Update:</strong> I have argued in the past that the strategic investment connections (as a form of relational capital) bode well for a company about to go public (See CapitalBLOG post, <a title="Link to CapitalBLOG post" href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119" target="_blank">Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters</a>).  For example, I was (serendipitously) examining the investment capital network of Apple and Google and stumbled upon the below map.  The main hypothesis here is the “Midas touch” exemplified by the co-investment ties of Apple and Google as a predictor of successful IPO companies. </p> <p><a href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relinv&comp=Apple&comp=Google&relinv_dropp=t&relinv_remap=0" target="_blank"><img title="Apple + Google Relational Investment Map (Pendants dropped) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="Apple + Google Relational Investment Map (Pendants dropped) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/AppleGoogleInvestment65.png" /></a></p> <p><em>Google+Apple Investment Relational Map (Pendants dropped).  Notes: (1) Of the 52 related active companies on the map, 22 are private, 6 are acquired, and 24 are public = 46% linked public companies (a very high relative percentage); (2) note the presence of ties to recently successful IPOs Infinera and Aruba Networks; and (3) note the presence of Apple’s ties to ShoreTel Networks also noting its proximity to Lam Research, another successful public company.  ShoreTel–>SoarTel?</em></p> <p><strong>Conclusion:</strong> ShoreTel continues to have an upside considering its recent activity and patterns in comparison to its recent IPO brethren of Aruba Networks (<a title="Link to Aruba Networks Yahoo Finance Summary" href="http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=ARUN" target="_blank">ARUN</a>) and Infinera (<a title="Link to Infinera Yahoo Finance Summary" href="http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=ARUN" target="_blank">INFN</a>).  Realize that I do not consider myself as an investment expert, only a network analyst identifying strategically connected IPOs and then tracking trends associated with their related companies.  </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=123" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=123" dc:title="ShoreTel Soars: IPO Update + Rationale" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=123" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-122"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=122" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to New Feature: Investor Activity Maps & Examples">New Feature: Investor Activity Maps & Examples</a></h2> <small>June 17, 2007 on 11:46 am | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=5" title="View all posts in Investor Analysis" rel="category tag">Investor Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=12" title="View all posts in New Features" rel="category tag">New Features</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=122#comments" title="Comment on New Feature: Investor Activity Maps & Examples">11 Comments</a></small> <p>Building upon the <a title="Link to CapitalBLOG post: New Feature Company Activity Maps & Examples" href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?121" target="_blank">previous post</a>, I now examine recent SV-company investor activity.  The feature is accessible to registered users from our new home page at <a title="Link to LinkSViewer home page" href="http://linksviewer.com/home">http://linksviewer.com/home</a>.  There are some differences between investor and company activity maps which I will highlight in this post.   </p> <p><strong>Example 1:</strong>  I am interested in recent investor activity in 1st round SV-companies the Internet sector (let’s say I was an investor who wants to keep abreast of other investor activity).  Who were the most active investors over the past 3 months in funding Internet sector start-ups?</p> <p>From the LinkSViewer home page, I started at the Search Most Active Investor Networks and from each pull-down menus I selected All Investors, 1st Round, 7 days, 3 Months, and Internet Sector, and clicked on Show Results.  The results returned 8 matching investors (Shasta Ventures, Jeff Clavier, Ron Conway, Emergence Capital, Greylock, Khosla, NEA, and Redpoint), listing the number of investments in this time period, name of investor, and total number of investments.  At this point I can select any combination of the results in displaying the map.  For this example, I selected all of the investors (Clicking on the first entry and then holding the shift key on the last entry) and clicked Show Relational map.  </p> <p><a href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=rel&capRounds=1&sector=Internet&dateLastRound=03%2F17%2F07-06%2F16%2F07&submit=Relational+map&inv=Shasta+Ventures&inv=Clavier%2CJeff&inv=Conway%2CRon&inv=Emergence+Capital+Partners&inv=Greylock+Partners&inv=Khosla+Ventures&inv=NEA&inv=Redpoint+Ventures&sho_filtinfo=t&sho_legend=f&zoom=120" target="_blank"><img title="Most Active Investors Relational Map (1st Round Companies, Internet Sector) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="Most Active Investors Relational Map (1st Round Companies, Internet Sector) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/InternetInvestors3MonthFilter60.png" /></a></p> <p><em>Relational Map of Most Active Investors in 1st Round SV Internet companies over the past 3 months.  Notes: (1) Conway and Clavier both invested in Kaboodle; (2) Redpoint and Greylock both invested in Oodle; (3) Emergence and Shasta both invested in Lithium Tech.; and (4) NEA and Shasta are linked by Nikhyl Singhal (SayNow Founder & Teracent Board advisor). (Source: <a title="Link to our partner LinkSV.com home page - Check it out!" href="http://linksv.com" target="_blank">LinkSV.com</a>)</em></p> <p> <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=122#more-122">Continue reading New Feature: Investor Activity Maps & Examples…</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=122" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=122" dc:title="New Feature: Investor Activity Maps & Examples" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=122" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-121"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=121" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to New Feature: Company Activity Maps & Examples">New Feature: Company Activity Maps & Examples</a></h2> <small>June 16, 2007 on 5:27 am | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=12" title="View all posts in New Features" rel="category tag">New Features</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=121#comments" title="Comment on New Feature: Company Activity Maps & Examples">2 Comments</a></small> <p>We recently integrated a new feature that allows registered users to quickly identify Silicon Valley capital activity (we actually unveiled this at the <a title="Link to Launch Silicon Valley Home Page - If you look closely, you can see Brad Cohen of GroupScope presenting a map near the center of the home page" href="http://www.launchsiliconvalley.org/index.htm" target="_blank">Launch Silicon Valley event on June 5</a>).  The feature is accessible from our newly designed home page at <a href="http://linksviewer.com/home">http://linksviewer.com/home</a>, which also provides access to a wide array of (free) sample maps.  To illustrate the utility of activity searches (updated daily), a couple of scenarios can help identify how this new feature can be used:</p> <ul> <li>What companies recently received funding? (Focus of this post)</li> <li>What investors have been recently active? (Next post)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Example 1:</strong>  I am interested in recent SV-funded companies (let’s say I was on vacation).  Who was funded in the past week?</p> <p>From the LinkSViewer home page, I started at the Search Recent Funding Networks and from each pull-down menus I selected All Rounds, 7 days, and All Sectors, and clicked on Show Results.  Very handy/time-saving.  The results returned 8 companies (DVC Labs, Eye-Fi, iKoa, Luminescent, M-Factor, Roxro Pharma, Silver Spring Networks, & Telltale Games), listing the company name, number of investors, and funding date.  At this point I can select any combination of the results in displaying the map.  For this example, I selected DVC Labs and Eye-Fi (clicking on the DVC Labs and holding onto the Ctrl key while clicking on Eye-Fi) and clicked Show Relational map.</p> <p><a href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=rel&submit=Relational+map&comp=DVC+Labs&comp=Eye-Fi&zoom=120" target="_blank"><img title="Eye-Fi + DVC Labs Relational Map - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="Eye-Fi + DVC Labs Relational Map - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/DVCEyeFi60.png" /></a></p> <p><em>Relational Map of DVC Labs and Eye-Fi.  Notes: (1) the board interlock between Larry Orr (Trinity Ventures) and Carl Showalter (Opus Capital): Orr sits on the board of DVC Labs, Showalter sits on the board of Eye-Fi, and they both sit on the board of Identity Engines; (2) DVC Labs has two VC investors, Matrix & Trinity - they were also one of five investors in Aruba Networks, a recently successful IPO.  </em></p> <p> <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=121#more-121">Continue reading New Feature: Company Activity Maps & Examples…</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=121" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=121" dc:title="New Feature: Company Activity Maps & Examples" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=121" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-120"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=120" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to Apple + Google: Board Interlocks">Apple + Google: Board Interlocks</a></h2> <small>June 11, 2007 on 12:10 pm | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=6" title="View all posts in In the news" rel="category tag">In the news</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=9" title="View all posts in Board Member Analysis" rel="category tag">Board Member Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=10" title="View all posts in Management Team" rel="category tag">Management Team</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=120#comments" title="Comment on Apple + Google: Board Interlocks">21 Comments</a></small> <p><a title="Link to GigaOm post: Apple+Google: Now That's Hot" href="http://gigaom.com/2007/06/08/applegoogle-now-thats-hot/" target="_blank">Apple+Google: Now That’s Hot</a> (GigaOm)</p> <p>Om Malik references a Wired.com post (Fred Vogelstein) on <a title="Link to Wired's Epicenter Blog: A big Google-Apple partnership next week? Bet on it." href="http://blog.wired.com/business/2007/06/i_dont_typicall.html" target="_blank">next week’s expected alliance between Google & Apple (cloud computing partnership)</a>.  This post reminds us of the extent of the board ties between Apple and Google:</p> <p><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank" /><a title="Apple + Google People Relational Map (Pendants dropped): Click on image for FreeView in a new window" href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relpers&comp=Apple&comp=Google&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&bmem_frm=f&mgmt_frm=f&relpers_dropp=t&relpers_remap=0&zoom=120" target="_blank"><img src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/AppleGooglePeople65.png" /></a></p> <p><em>Apple + Google People Relational Map. Notes: (1) Direct Board Ties of Eric Schmidt (Google CEO), Arthur Levinson (Genentech CEO), & Al Gore (Advisor on Google); (2) Indirect Board Ties between John Doerr (KPCB, Apple Board) & Bill Campbell (Intuit Past CEO, Google Board); and (3) Sequoia Capital invested in both companies (albeit Apple went public in 1980).</em> (Source: <a title="Link to our partner LinkSV's front page - Check it out!" href="http://linksv.com" target="_blank">LinkSV.com)</a>.</p> <p>Thus it should not be a surprise that Apple and Google are teaming up on anything.  While they may have a mutual enemy in Microsoft (although Jobs recent appearance with Gates tempers this a bit), they actually have similar board leadership.  Behind the scenes, there may be more collaboration than we know.  For example, take the Google Maps integration on the upcoming iPhone.  For previous CapitalBLOG commentary on the Google/Apple connection check out <a title="Link to CaoitalBLOG Post: Apple and Google - Network Clusters and Interlocks (" href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=15" target="_blank">Apple and Google - Network Clusters and Interlocks (9/16/06).</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=120" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=120" dc:title="Apple + Google: Board Interlocks" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=120" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-119"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters">Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters</a></h2> <small>June 8, 2007 on 1:12 pm | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=5" title="View all posts in Investor Analysis" rel="category tag">Investor Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=6" title="View all posts in In the news" rel="category tag">In the news</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=9" title="View all posts in Board Member Analysis" rel="category tag">Board Member Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=11" title="View all posts in IPO" rel="category tag">IPO</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119#comments" title="Comment on Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters">54 Comments</a></small> <p><a href="http://money.cnn.com/2007/06/07/markets/ipo/bc.infinera.ipo.reut/index.htm?source=yahoo_quote" target="_blank">Infinera shares soar in debut</a> (CNN Money)</p> <p>Infinera had a 14M share offering with a price range of $10-12, it priced at $13 and opened yesterday at $16.04.  It closed at $19.71 after reaching a high of $21.24 in mid-day trading (low = $16.00).  As a result, Infinera (INFN) was up 52% if you got in at the IPO and up 23% if you got in at the opening bell.  This is particularly noteworthy because the NASDAQ was down 1.77% yesterday.  From the CNN article, independent IPO analyst Tom Taulli states, “In hindsight [Infinera] looks like it was underpriced.”  This hails the sentiment I offered in my March 2 blog post, <a title="Permanent Link: Infinera IPO Filing: The Juniper Net Works?" href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=75" rel="bookmark">Infinera IPO Filing: The Juniper Net Works?</a>  Here I was bullish on Infinera because of its relational capital via co-investor ties to 24 public companies and multiple board ties to Juniper Networks.  I repeat two of these maps below:</p> <p><a href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?map=relinv&comp=Infinera&rel_dropp=t&rel_remap=0&comp_pri=f&comp_acq=f" target="_blank"><img title="Infinera Investment Relational Network (Company Filter = Public companies only) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="Infinera Investment Relational Network (Company Filter = Public companies only) - Click on image for FreeView in a new window" src="http://linksviewer.com/blog/Blog_Images/Dean/InfineraInvestment65a.png" /></a></p> <p><em>Infinera Investment Relational Map. Notes: (1) Juniper Networks as both an investor (orange oval) and related company (green box) via Kleiner Perkins & JAFCO; (2) Kleiner multiple public co-investment ties to Venrock (Photon Dynamics, Pharmacyclics, Geron, Echelon, & NeoMagic) & Sprout (Synaptics, Verifone, & eHealth); and (3) 17 investors on the map reflecting 7 rounds of capital ($315M total raised). (Source: <a title="Link to Infinera's LinkSV company summary - Check it out!" href="http://linksv.com/companySummary.aspx?co_idURL=2429&partnerID=" target="_blank">LinkSV.com</a>)</em></p> <p> <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119#more-119">Continue reading Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters…</a> </p> <div class="feedback"></div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119" dc:identifier="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=119" dc:title="Infinera IPO Soars: Why Relational Capital Matters" trackback:ping="http://linksviewer.com/blog/wp-trackback.php?p=119" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <div class="entrada"> <h2 id="post-118"><a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=118" rel="bookmark" title="Permanent Link to Scribd Relations: Geoffrey Yang Tie">Scribd Relations: Geoffrey Yang Tie</a></h2> <small>June 6, 2007 on 12:30 pm | In <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=2" title="View all posts in Company Analysis" rel="category tag">Company Analysis</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=6" title="View all posts in In the news" rel="category tag">In the news</a>, <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?cat=9" title="View all posts in Board Member Analysis" rel="category tag">Board Member Analysis</a> | <a href="http://linksviewer.com/blog/?p=118#comments" title="Comment on Scribd Relations: Geoffrey Yang Tie">12 Comments</a></small> <p><a href="http://vcratings.thedealblogs.com/2007/06/vc_rating_scribd_tries_to_live.php"><font color="#990000">Scribd tries to live up to YouTube comparison</font></a> (VC Ratings)</p> <p><a href="http://linksviewer.com/free/view/Map.htm?pers=Yang%2CGeoffrey&comp=Scribd&map=rel&rel_remap=3" target="_blank"><img title="Scribd + Yang Relational Map - click on image for FreeView in a new window" alt="Scribd + Yang 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