Slatecaster, LAV, our apologies for not getting back in touch with you.
When we first started out, we used to screen all of the pitches and decide which ones went to the investors and which ones didn't. Back then, it made sense to "accept" or "reject" applications.
However, since then, we've moved to a crowdsourcing model. When you submit your pitch, you choose who it's visible to, and based on that, it automatically shows up in the angels' feeds on the website. If it gets intros and votes via the feed, then we also email it out to the angels, which results in more intros. So, because the pitch is always visible and active, it doesn't really make sense for us to "accept / reject" anything anymore.
That being said, we do need to do a better job communicating. We are going to open up the site more that you can see what the angels are doing and how the site works. We will, however, anonymize all of the startup information for their protection. Also, we are going to let startups know if they haven't been chosen for the more active email channel.
In the meantime, every time your pitch is updated, we do get notified and take a look. If there are any questions or issues, just email us directly. Brendan is at the front lines, and I'm right there behind him. You can reach us at firstname-at-angel-dot-co.
Thanks for your patience,