I really resonated with the following statement about underdogs:
"The collision of intelligence and ambition with opportunity is unbeatable. Almost everyone we have ever invested in has been a complete unknown at the time we met. Many have been immigrants or first generation Americans with barely a penny to their name. Underdogs are our favorite kind of people."
I wore a Justin.TV shirt that I got the 9th time I called Justin's public number in the three days of his launch and promised I would wear at Startup School.
One Stanford student at the event thought I was Justin. That was awesome. At least I was recognized.
Plus, I happened to have the link in my clipboard while commenting on another thread.
So for web applications, it sits on a server? For a guard dog, it sits on the front porch?
For example if you make load balancing software your product sets somewhere is the network stack.
If you sell designer clothing your product sits in fashionable boutiques and department stores.
In terms of web apps I think it sits in a browser on a connected device.
not sure if I nailed it, let me know if that is helpful.