Yesterday Eric Wesoff reported
that Solexel, a stealth, Kleiner Perkins-backed company was hiring
for epitaxial silicon and MEMS engineers. MEMS, or micro-electro-mechanical systems, is a microfabrication technology used to integrate mechanical features and microelectronics on a silicon surface. Interesting, right?
After reporting this, (almost) all mentions of Solexel were removed from John Denniston's page
on the KPCB wesbite. But a deeper look on their site shows someone in the KPCB IT department most likely didn't finish in the top of their class at Stanford. I did a search for "Solexel" and turned up this page
, which clearly shows Solexel listed as one of Denniston's companies....