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Luis is an inventor and computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon. He is one of the creators of CAPTCHA, a system that allows websites to determine whether you’re a human or a computer. CAPTCHAs are wavy, distorted words that people need to type out when they’re submitting a form to a website. Luis’ company ReCAPTCHA […]

Updated on August 16

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During these difficult times, a lot of business are going to struggling to stay alive, and even more, are going to fail. It’s tempting for some founders to give in to the challenging times which ultimately results in the collapse of their businesses. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be so, with a little creativity and some innovation, founders can adapt and still keep their businesses afloat in these times.

Updated on August 23

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In this episode of Founded and Funded, Madrona managing director, Scott Jacobson sits down with serial founder and CEO of Crowd Cow, Joe Heitzeberg. They discuss how Crowd Cow was able to build their own supply chain to elevate a culture of transparent and conscious protein consumption. The two also talk about how, through a global pandemic that has rocked the meat industry, the company was able to build resilience. Give it a listen! Joe’s retelling of how Crowd Cow came to be will not disappoint.

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Updated on July 23

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How do you get your confidence back after failing, how do you make hard choices, how do you let people go without feeling emotional pain? All of these and other hard questions on Today's Hiten and Steli. This is your once-and-for-all solution to worrying in business.

Updated on July 22

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Scott McLeod, founding member and Chief of Staff …

Updated on July 06

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Philip Camilleri is a founder of FoundersList, and previously the co-founder and CTO of SmartAsset. He shares his thoughts on finding a technical cofounder, what makes a tech cofounder successful, how business cofounders can appeal to their tech counterparts, and the right mindset and communication skills needed to forge a strong founding team.

Updated on July 21

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Business comes with lots of challenges. Sometimes we figure out the solution to a challenge and, depending on how you look at it, might feel relieved about figuring it out or frustration about not doing so sooner. In this episode, Steli and Hiten talk about why you shouldn’t focus on the negative side of things, the benefits of having a positive outlook on things why working on our attitudes towards ourselves can be a game-changer and much more.

Updated on July 15

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Arthur Johnson, VP at Pure Storage and formerly of Twilio, joins Erik and co-host Yasmin Razavi, GP at Spark Capital.They discuss:- Twilio’s origins as a company for developers by developers and the grassroots efforts they had to spread the world about the company.

Updated on July 26

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Alfred Lin is a partner at Sequoia Capital. Alfred is an investor in companies like Airbnb, DoorDash and Instacart among others. His track record as an investor is impressive, but as an operator, building companies like LinkExchange (sold to Microsoft), his own venture firm years ago that invested in winners like OpenTable, and then Zappos (selling to Amazon)… his track record as a builder is just about as impressive as an investor. As you can imagine, Alfred has a lot of insights from uniquely being at such high levels on both sides of the table. James and Alfred talk about how he spots great founders and what the process at Sequoia is really like, peeking behind the veil of one of the most prestigious investment firms in the world.

Updated on July 15

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