Thursday, January 01, 2009

Bessemer's Investments

Here are posts on some of our investment road maps, new investments, and exits.

Sept. 25, 2007
A Carbon Footprint Reduction Plan
Bessemer to offset and reduce carbon emissions for the firm and new portfolio companies.

Oct. 12, 2008
Take Back the Web!
Our new project to restore Tim's original vision of a web graced with benevolent hyperlinks.

Feb 4, 2009
Mash Feeds Link the Web to your Site, Syndicating Content to the Browser
MashLogic uses your RSS feeds to mark up the web with links back to your site.

Aug. 12, 2005
Road Map Investing
A more proactive approach to venture capital that's a little harder to screw up.

Aug. 8, 2005
The Wormhole Factory
In the dark ages of 2002, an internet startup named Netli learned to overcome the speed of light.

Nov. 18, 2006
Preventing Identity Theft
Keeping your credentials private is futile. So how do you protect yourself from crooks?

Jan. 14, 2007
Cheating Death
Geniuses in Singapore and Sirtris show God who's boss.

October 9, 2007

SaaSy Security Suits SMB
Why I wrote my biggest check ever in yet another security company.

Oct. 5, 2007
Bessemer is once again the venture firm with the top number of investors recognized by Forbes.

Sept 11, 2009
MIT Professor Ron Rivest chooses Tilera's Tile64 to develop the new standrad for hashing algorithms.

Oct. 5, 2007

There Once Was A Founder Named Scott...
A marriage toast for Postini and Google.

July 21, 2007
Is BVP Too Flashy?
How the oldest VC firm in the nation tries to strike a balance between Stodgy and Neon.

Aug. 18, 2005
Consumer Investing: Part 1 and Part 2
Why we have turned our attention to consumer investing, and what we look for.

May 14, 2006
Television 2.0
Fianlly, the networks can no longer hold back demand for interactive, on-demand video, and they're sprouting dangerous leaks of ad revenue.

June 11, 2006
Bessemer's Fall 2006 Television Lineup
7 recent investments in TV 2.0

May 26, 2006
Dwight Schrute Bobbleheads!
Delivery Agent enables e-commerce for the entertainment industry, selling products seen on your favorite shows.

Aug. 27, 2005
Consumer Driven Healthcare
How Health Savings Accounts put US consumers in charge of our own healthcare decisions.

Aug. 28, 2005
Vimo (formerly known as Healthia)
Introducing a comparison shopping portal for medical services, enabling Consumer Directed Healthcare.

Sep 21, 2006

Finding Vimo
Naming internet startups is hard. But we got lucky.

Nov. 2, 2006
British Telecom Dials Up Da Vinci Code
BT acquires Counterpane, and Europe goes ga-ga for Bruce Schneier.

Oct. 23, 2005
Next Intel Emerges from Stealth
World-class microprocessor team announces low-power, mixed signal PowerPC.

Sept. 12, 2005
Rob Stavis and Skype
Congratulations to my partner Rob on eBay's acquisition of Skype (where he led the Series A round).

Oct. 5, 2005
A Day of Mashups, Wikis, Ajax, and Open Source
Notes from the heady Web 2.0 Conference.

March 27, 2006
Wikia, Jimmy Wales' Startup
We're in business with the Wikipedia founder and core editorial team, creating wiki-based communities.

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