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You’re a VC and You Don’t Even Know It

by Larry Chiang on February 2, 2016

Intro video: You’re a VC and You Don’t Even Know It
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How’s that cadaver of a startup that you’re editing doing? Signs of life? Tell TC&WSJ #CS183e; Lec 19

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Newbie VCs attempt to edit something that is alive
Often to perilous results #CS183e…

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“it takes “probably six to eight years and you should be prepared for losses of about $20 million.” J Doerr #cs183e…

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Doctors don’t “give-it-a-go” on your great grandma. They initially carve, gouge and hack up a hundred cadavers. Lec 19; #cs183s cc #cs183e
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Spinouts from the legendary #cs183e:
– #cs183yC
– #R2D2VC. (Lec 2; Lec 9; Lec 19
– #cs183a (Lec 6)
– prequel Lec 3; #cs183c
– Lec 9; #cs183

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It is all upside when you sell for something that founders have left for dead. Lec 19; #cs183s will spin out: #cs183e

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Editing. The best Hollywood directors come out of editing. Silicon Valley’s edit = #cs183e [from Lec 19;…

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2002 Better Luck Tomorrow
1997 Shopping for Fangs
1997 Politics of Plate Lunch
#cs183e. Now 2016, directing

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Editing. Taking stuff from the trash heap, making it shine “CS 183e”. Lec 19 #cs183e

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