May 25, 2013 · 0 minutes

We were joined on Thursday by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers general partner John Doerr in the amphitheater of Atlassian's San Francisco office, where he and PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy discussed everything from venture capital to the Xbox One and what it might mean for Microsoft's future.

Doerr also shared his list of the greatest entrepreneurs of the last half-century, why cleantech might not be the nightmare it's portrayed to be, and his opinion that the tech industry is "doing a good job" in politics. And there was Doerr's contention that Google Glass is not a "Segway for your face" -- he should know, given his investment in the actual, honest-to-goodness Segway itself -- and that entrepreneurs are more excited about Glass than they were about smartphones.

The full video is available below. We'd like to thank Atlassian for enabling our last-minute venue change and TriNet for sponsoring the event itself. Our next PandoMonthly will be with Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson in New York on June 13.