The site was so successful without outside capital that it didn’t really make sense to accept it. But today, lynda.com is a 400 person company with plans to expand its content and platform (Weinman won’t say more than that just yet). It can use the funding.
By Ariel Schwartz (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0)
If you’ve been tracking the Silicon Valley startup world over the past few years, you can be forgiven for thinking that online education is only now beginning to take off. But Lynda Weinman, the co-founder of video learning library lynda.com and a speaker