The Trouble with Stealth Companies

The trouble with stealth companies is that they’re rarely worth being stealthy about. There are almost always a hundred similar folks doing similar things, so what’s one more?

Such is affirmedly not the case with a stealth company I visited today. One of the most interesting RSS/syndication/social/search-related companies I have seen in the last three years, this is potentially a real blockbuster. Almost have to step on my tongue to keep myself from saying more.

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  1. Lab Rats, Stealth Companies, & the Merits of Strong Competitors
  2. Sequoia Does Stealth Distribution of Google Stock
  3. How the Mighty Genomics (& Proteomics & Pharmacogenetics) Companies Have Fallen
  4. Nanotech, Steve Jobs, and the Trouble with Hard-drives
  5. Mo’ Money for Social Software


  1. flickrlovr says:

    this isn’t a Flickr Spin off is it???

  2. Paul K. says:

    Nope, not a Flickr spinoff — although I can see why some might think that … ;-)