Business2 on Vinod Khosla: "Khosla himself has always been a famously tightfisted backer. More than half of his investments during the boom involved sums of less than $1 million. Khosla explains, 'My friend Mark Leslie, founder of Veritas Software, says that the more money you give a company to start with, the less likely it is to be successful. The more money the founders have, the more confident they get about their business plan, the less they experiment.' He goes on, 'The right way to build a company is to experiment in lots of small ways, so that you have plenty of room to make mistakes and change strategies.'"
Sounds Getting Real-ish. And correct. Pretty interesting to hear from the mega-VC.