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Jun 20, 2005

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» Do Not Launch Until Your Service Is Ready To Be Revealed from Venturus

I happened upon 24 Hour Laundry today after someone pointed me in their direction, and gave the blog a read. My first thought was "Why are they talking about something that they aren't going to talk about yet?" What I mean is, 24 Hour... [Read More]

» Stealth start-ups suck from SiliconBeat
Do you stay stealth or not? Not long ago, we interviewed with the partners at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, a respected Silicon Valley venture firm. Partner John Doerr carries quite a dose of credibility, having backed Sun, Netscape, Google, you name... [Read More]

» Stealth start-ups suck from SiliconBeat
Do you stay stealth or not? Not long ago, we interviewed with the partners at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, a respected Silicon Valley venture firm. Partner John Doerr carries quite a dose of credibility, having backed Sun, Netscape, Google, you name... [Read More]

» Stealth start-ups suck from SiliconBeat
Do you stay stealth or not? Not long ago, we interviewed with the partners at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, a respected Silicon Valley venture firm. Partner John Doerr carries quite a dose of credibility, having backed Sun, Netscape, Google, you name... [Read More]

» 24 hour laundry: the view from inside from d2r
Well, well, well. :) There's been a lot of discussion recently about a certain new startup called 24 Hour Laundry. It pretty much got started with this CNET article, then as highlights we've got Om, Mark. Even (perhaps predictably) Slashdot.... [Read More]

» Stealth start-ups suck from SiliconBeat
Update 6/22, 10:45am: 24 Hour Laundry CEO Gina Bianchini responds with comment, below. Do you stay stealth or not? Not long ago, we interviewed with the partners at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, a respected Silicon Valley venture firm. Partner John D... [Read More]

» Stealth Mode: Pros and Cons from Sacred Cow Dung
One of the topics that frequently comes up in venture capital is the relative importance of secrecy.  Entrepreneurs are typically obsessed about keeping their “great ideas” secret — hence their obsession with NDAs and with P... [Read More]

» Stealth Mode: Pros and Cons from Sacred Cow Dung
One of the topics that frequently comes upin venture capital is the relative importance of secrecy. Entrepreneurs are typically obsessed about keeping their great ideas secret hence their obsession with NDAs and with P... [Read More]

» Stealth Mode: Pros and Cons from Sacred Cow Dung
One of the topics that frequently comes upin venture capital is the relative importance of secrecy. Entrepreneurs are typically obsessed about keeping their great ideas secret hence their obsession with NDAs and with P... [Read More]

» Stealth Mode: Pros and Cons from Sacred Cow Dung
One of the topics that frequently comes upin venture capital is the relative importance of secrecy. Entrepreneurs are typically obsessed about keeping their great ideas secret hence their obsession with NDAs and with P... [Read More]

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Alexander Peschkoff

What's the point of a "stealth" mode if your existence is acknowledged to the outside world? If one wants to keep smth secret, the best way is to tell nothing to anybody. When the company has a Web site and leeks some info to the press etc, it resembles a "hard to get" game aimed at generating pre-publicity hype rather than a true effort to stay below the radar.

jeff

Stealth is a publicity ploy above all else. Car companies still play this game of hyping a new model launch ahead of a big auto show all the while guarding any release of images of the new vehicle.

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