Category Archives: startups

Branch

Branch offers an easy way to engage your tweeps in a focused, semi-private online conversation. Unlike most approaches to Twitter conversations (typically based on hashtags and list sorting), the Branch conversation itself happens independent of Twitter. The most obvious advantages are … Continue reading

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Air Drum Rocks NYTM

One of the great highlights of the monthly New York Tech Meetup is always the featured Hack NY part of the evening. Last night featured three hardware hacks that were each impressive in their own right, but also just plain … Continue reading

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TeuxDeux

TeuxDeux is the best, simplest, and most useful to-do application in human history. No exaggeration. Pencils and sticky notes dominated for about 80 years and, since their slow decline, no software design team has managed to beat those tools until … Continue reading

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Klout

[Originally posted at Hope for Film, but applicable to all content producers, freelancers and media mavens.] Love it or hate it, Klout is a very useful tool that tracks your social networking influence. Klout is like a credit score, but for social networking. … Continue reading

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MaxDelivery

MaxDelivery is one of the best simple and well executed online businesses I have seen in the last 15 years. From paperclips to grass-fed lamb chops, MaxDelivery delivers groceries, movies and basic home supplies you need in about an hour. … Continue reading

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