Every time someone wonders if there’s a bubble in Silicon Valley, they’re really questioning if the right companies are getting funding, or if everyone’s getting too much funding. But even as we analyze larger trends in investments, it’s important to note that every VC is different and takes a unique approach to picking and mentoring companies.

Manu Kumar has been in Silicon Valley for about ten years now, and has seen his share of technology and investing trends. Last week, he announced that K9, the venture capital firm he founded in 2009, had raised a second micro-VC fund of $40 million to invest in tech-based startups, primarily at the seed stage. Four of his companies from the first fund have already had successful exits (CardMunch to LinkedIn,BackType to TwitterIndexTank to to PayPal), and several others have gone on to…

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