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Fenwick & West LLP
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Microsoft Windows Live
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Foldera
Fox Interactive Media
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Google
HCL Technologies
Laszlo Systems
Nokia
Radialpoint
Six Apart Ltd.
Sun Microsystems
Yoono
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Mayfield Venture
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Polaris Venture Partners
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Amazon Web Services
Answerbag.com
eSnips
Intel
Intel Capital
Intel Software Partner Program
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MyDecide
Omniture
ThinkFree
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Fast Company
Federated Media
Information Week
Online Publishers Association
Red Herring
Topix.net
Wired Magazine

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Mike Folgner
Mike Folgner, director of product management and co-founder of Jumpcut, is responsible for the recently-acquired Jumpcut, a video creation and sharing community complete with in-browser video editing, remixing and sharing. Mike has experience in sales and partnership development and has built consumer facing interactive multimedia products.

Prior to joining Yahoo!, Mike co-created Jumpcut where he was CEO and lead the company from initial concept to product launch, including signing licensing and partnership deals with Fox and Warner Bros. Prior to Jumpcut, he was the director of business development for OpenTV, Inc., a leading provider of interactive television software and consumer video products, where he helped build the company’s consumer interactive applications business. While at Open TV Mike gained experience in sales and partnership management. Before OpenTV, Mike worked in business and competitive strategy for Hewlett-Packard.

Mike holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Stanford University and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, where he developed the business plan for Jumpcut.