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August 6, 2014

Directr was founded on a mission to allow anyone with a smart phone to create great video. The realization of the founders is that while video is perhaps the most powerful mechanism for communication, very few people are able to use it effectively. In a few short years, the team at Directr built an award […]

July 29, 2014

When we make our seed investments, we have a strong preference for preferred equity rounds and forming a board of directors that meets regularly. Even in the rare case when we invest in a convertible note, we only do so if founders are interested and excited about convening with us and perhaps one or two […]

July 22, 2014

There are a lot of folks that think that the private tech market is pretty frothy right now.  Some may disagree about whether or not we are in a bubble. But it’s hard to argue against the observation that more bubble-like things are happening currently than in what would be considered a “normal” market.  For example: We are […]

July 17, 2014

On behalf of our team at NextView, I’m very pleased to announce that we have just closed our second fund.  NextView Ventures II is $40M, twice the size of our first fund, and we continue to be exclusively focused on seed-stage companies pursuing internet-enabled innovation. As former operators and product-oriented entrepreneurs, Dave, Lee, and I tend to […]

July 7, 2014

Today, we’re excited to officially launch our new blog, The View From Seed, providing insights and inspiration for seed-stage startups, founders, and entrepreneurs, from idea phase through raising Series A. You can visit the blog or subscribe in two seconds with your email address. And be sure to follow us on Twitter to keep up […]

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  • Rob Go
     - 1 hour ago
    Got my first cortisone shot earlier this week. Results have been magical
  • Rob Go
     - 17 hours ago
    @mattgoldenvp congrats on fund II! We are on a very similar path :)
  • Lee Hower
     - 22 hours ago
    great article about Amazon's robot army, thanks to their acquisition of Kiva Systems here in Boston http://t.co/eVOsUIYGig via @WSJ
  • Rob Go
     - 1 day ago
    RT @epaley: 4/ All in all, @JasonFreedman's Series A Crunch Survival guide is a must read for companies on the brink http://t.co/seqjgSEliy
  • Rob Go
     - 1 day ago
    For a few years, my fantasy ball team was called Give Trajan a Chance - nice to see langdon on staff with the spurs http://t.co/QlLgBud2kA

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