Soon it will be October which means that all of the world’s leading VCs and technarati will be gathering in Stockholm for Red Herring’s ETRE 2008. And we can’t wait – we have seen the list of speakers and the companies that are coming – if you want to be where emerging tech is – then you have to get yourself an invitation. Stay focused on the future, be positive and get in front of all the VCs you can handle.
We love this company out of Switzerland – CoComment. Naturally Swiss innovation takes center stage here. We think that his start up has really got something — focusing on comment-based conversation on the web. Essentially comments made around different sites – blogs, news sites, other places where us users can leave comments) made across different sites — were balkanized and untrackable.
coComment lets you the user keep track of all comments and discussions that I am a part of on the Web – so when someone (friend or foe) adds something to the comment stream or discussion, I get notified. I like it! Isn’t innovation swell?
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Wow- in a surprise and very welcoming turn of events, Wireless Week reported that the FCC scolded Comcast publicaly which is good news for Americans’s communications rights. Stating again that by interrupting and slowing access to the BitTorrent file-sharing system, they unduly interfered with and should be punished for secretly impacting which Internet applications work through its cable modems. Wow. Score one for the FCC and its child-leader and FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin. Actually it as everyone at the FCC – so take that Comcast. Thanks FCC.
Happy Birthday NASA – thank you Rapid TV News brought this to our attention that July 29th was the 50th Anniversary the NASA space agency established in 1958.
Despite the controversy around budget allocation to NASA, space exploration has captured the imagination of so many people around the world. NASA’s activities effect on our daily lives is enormous; satellite communications including radio and television, telemedicine, point-to-point GPS navigation, weather and climate monitoring, and space-based national security assets. We probably don’t even think about all the things common place in our life today (like Tang!) because of the exploration and science direct from NASA.
Happy Birthday NASA. And thanks for the Tang!