“This is the beginning of the age where the former disparate
worlds of the poet and the engineer will merge.”
— Lee S. Isgur, Volpe, Welty & Co.
The information contained within is confidential.
Disclosures of this information to third parties
without our express written consent is forbidden.
Contact: Neill Kramer, 415-326-2449
CONFIDENTIAL Property of CyberPuppy Software Page 1
2248 Park Boulevard Palo Alto CA 94306 (415) 326-2449 (415) 326-6301 fax
Charter: To create products and services for wired kids.
In the same way that Netscape has gained dominance over Microsoft in one
specific category, CyberPuppy can supersede the current crop of major edu-
cational software publishers by setting a new standard in a new
medium––children's client software for the Internet.
How can this be done? Traditional software publishers have grown large and
profitable based on the old paradigm of software merchandising--placing
product in a box for the retail shelves. They also operate as large companies,
with slow product development cycles and managerial hierarchies that often
get in the way of innovative software design.
By creating compelling Internet-based software that solves some of the prob-
lems children currently face on the Net, such as, "How can I find and com-
municate with other kids like myself?" and by easing the concerns of parents
in terms of safe communications, CyberPuppy can dominate its market seg-
ment on the Net.
We believe that it makes good business sense to make products exclusively
for wired kids, using the Internet as a quick and easy delivery mechanism to
a worldwide audience. Knowing our customers and building a global commu-
nity are the keys. Every email address that we accumulate is like money in
the bank, if we continue to enhance our products and maintain loyal cus-
Delivering innovative software on the Internet, for children and parents, is a
task that CyberPuppy can achiev