Posts filed under “Startups”
I spent the entire weekend hacking away at the New York Startup Weekend and we build a really cool product. It’s like Google Alerts but in real-time and from the people you care about on the topics you care about. It’s called OnTheRadar.me. Right now, I’m following a lot of interesting people on Google Reader, […]
IFTTT email: In recent weeks, Twitter announced policy changes* that will affect how applications and users like yourself can interact with Twitter’s data. As a result of these changes, on September 27th we will be removing all Twitter Triggers, disabling your ability to push tweets to places like email, Evernote and Facebook. Dammit Twitter. You’re […]
I do not think App.net is the answer. I do believe Dalton’s views on the detrimental nature of ad-supported services is spot-on. There are, however, fatal flaws with customer supported services, too. People do not want to pay for digital services or goods. It’s been like this since the invent of the Internet. Thanks to […]
Dom Lesa, CEO of Sparrow: We’re excited to announce that Sparrow has been acquired by Google! Congrats to the team, but farewell to my favorite email app. 🙁
I attended my first ever hackathon this past weekend and had a blast. It was fantastic being surrounded by so many talented people, all of which shared my interest in computers building cool stuff. I spent my time designing, wire framing, and front-end coding. I’ve never had time fly that fast. Not only did I […]
Diego Basch: Now that Joe and Wayne have solved their money problem, maybe they will want to create some world-changing stuff after some resting-and-vesting. This is perfect.