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We were one of a handful of “institutional” super angel/micro VC/seed funds, which is to say that we raised a sizable (M) pool of capital from outside investors.

The category was young and new and exciting and, to many, counter-intuitive.

Tho I’ve shared the relationship between the two in private emails and conversations, I think it’s worthwhile to unpack it a bit more publicly so we can remove any confusion about the current state of both.

OATV (O'Reilly Alpha Tech Ventures) was founded in 2005 by myself, Mark Jacobsen and Tim O'Reilly.

These were typically angel size checks of a couple hundred thousand dollars written into rounds being led by larger funds into companies operating in thematic areas of interest to us run by founders we had relationships with. In Fund IV, we are still actively making Tim’s angel investments and allocating a larger percentage of committed capital to them. But…When we ran our initial experiment we felt the same spidey sense that we were on to something as we did when we were connecting the dots on the emergent seed funding market back in 2005.

Her past experiences with Mormon men suggested that they explicitly, or implicitly brought this artifact of Mormon culture with them into the workplace.The result, she observed, was that these men were reluctant to hire and promote women. They wanted to ask me, explicitly, if my Mormon faith would keep me from funding female founders.The tone of the question was not confrontational, or even judgemental, it was earnest.We use cookies and browser capability checks to help us deliver our online services, including to learn if you enabled Flash for video or ad blocking.By using our website or by closing this message box, you agree to our use of browser capability checks, and to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. INITIAL_PROPS_HEADER = {"data":,"id":"header","context":{"nav Links Data":[,,,,,,,,,,,],"homepage Links Data":[,,,,,,],"customer Nav":{"user":null,"ads":,"urls":{"login Url":"https://com/login?

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