As you may have already read on our landing page or FAQ, Clipboard is a different company today than it was yesterday. Those two links are your primary resources for learning the "how" and "why" behind the transition that we are making, and they should answer most of your questions about how these changes impact you.
Here, in this blog post, I simply want to thank everyone that made Clipboard possible. As a founder, I can't imagine a better team, in or out of a startup. Thank you Shalendra Chhabra, Steve Courtney, Mark Dawson, Brandon Hall, Tommy Montgomery, Greg Pascale, and Ken Perkins, not just for being along for the ride, but for making both the highs and the lows better in every way.
Our company advisors helped this first-time CEO avoid numerous pitfalls. Matt Jubelirer, Fritz Lanman, Tom Rubin, David Vaskevitch and Hank Vigil, thank you for your invaluable guidance and advice
Our murderers' row of investors bet on us, opened numerous doors, and cheered us on the whole time. Thank you to Acequia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Atlas Accelerator, Betaworks, Blake Krikorian, Code Holding, Crunch Fund, DFJ, First Round Capital, Founders Co-op, Index Ventures, Kevin Johnson, Scientia LTD, SV Angel, Ted Meisel, Tentpole Ventures, Vast Ventures and Vivi Nevo.
We were unreasonably fortunate in being selected by Apple, Google, and Microsoft at different times for different marketing campaigns. Thank you to those companies for making us look better if just by association.
Thank you also to the bloggers and press that covered us from launch to exit.
And finally, thank you, most of all, to our users. Your suggestions, content and overall engagement were the oxygen to our flame. You inspired us and we hope that in some small way we made your online life a little better, a littler more productive and a little more fun.