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July 2007 Blog Posts (39)

Get in on something Big

owner of 4vision, Inc. a 20 year old software R&D company, and over

the past two years we have developed a distributed, digital media

network platform called the Nomad Storyteller Platform. Nomad enables

end users to act as digital media consumers and producers of multimedia

content that can

be shared across the network of Noamd users. User's are are provided personal work spaces called "digital portfolios", that are… Continue

Added by wilmomoney on July 31, 2007 at 3:45pm — No Comments

BPO Entrepreneur's Journey

Hi All,

I am enjoying my Entrepreneurship from early 2004. Every mile stone we came across had a lesson. There is nothing successful like success. Success brings confidence.

Migrating from Proprietor kind of one man show to professionaly manged people rich organisation was the real challenge. Bringing in organisational learning is key to success.

I am keen to share my experience and vision. Invite potential partners and colloborators to join hands.

I inted…


Added by Shiva on July 29, 2007 at 8:37pm — No Comments

Help for families!

If you’re like many people, you’re in

the dark about your finances. You pay your bills each month and do your

best to prepare for the future. But the truth is, there’s only so much

money to go around and preparing for the future can be overwhelming.

Primerica Can Help

To help families better understand their personal finances, Primerica offers the Financial Needs Analysis (FNA). The FNA… Continue

Added by Vincent Galella on July 26, 2007 at 5:22pm — No Comments

The blogging features here suck

How to remove that Kiva banner on the right? It doesn't go with the color theme and looks like it's poorly designed. Shouldn't we allow to customise our blog?

Added by mika li on July 26, 2007 at 3:12pm — No Comments

Mutant's Musings

My blog is here or catch all the videos of my work at YouTube here. I am reachable at li dot mika AT gmail dot com.

Added by mika li on July 26, 2007 at 5:41am — No Comments

Anchorage OCC August

Our second installment of OCC in Anchorage is scheduled for Tuesday, August 7th. Visit the OCC Anchorage Upcoming site for details. See you there!

Added by Kevin Kastner on July 23, 2007 at 10:57pm — No Comments

.Net developer for newly founded internet-social media startup Covent Garden


we're a newly founded internet startup in social media based in a nice

office at Covent Garden. It's all a lot of fun, but also a lot of work

to do.

So for this work we need a complete crack in .NET, someone who knows

what he is doing, someone who even dreams in .NET languages, someone

who could have started yesterday, someone who cannot think of anything

else than developing web-applications in .NET. Someone who has visions,

loves to… Continue

Added by Thomas Whitfield on July 23, 2007 at 7:10pm — No Comments

Looking for RoR expertise

I'm quite keen to talk to RoR developers. I've got enough knowledge to build a primitive prototype for an application (one that I plan to build on by applying and getting accepted to SeedCamp), but need a collaborator to get a real prototype up and running.

If this is you, or you know someone that could fit the bill, please contact me!

Added by Jed Christiansen on July 23, 2007 at 3:02pm — No Comments

SmokersLife - A Business precis - Seeking for investment and constructive criticism

SmokersLife is a lifestyle portal for smokers that centres around services that smokers would find invaluable in a world where they are actively discriminated against. This portal will be launched in the UK to serve the 12.6m smokers here…


Added by Madush Gupta on July 21, 2007 at 11:12pm — No Comments

Hello Coffee Club

Just a little more about me to say hello: Started in New York, studying the history of cities and the brain, gave

it all up to play with the web. Got lost in Italy, ended up in London

on a lark.

I'm an interaction designer with experience creating experiences for mobile devices, the web and physical environments. I'm fascinated by the impact of technology on society and design, lately that has meant exploring the possibilities around open platforms, locative media and social… Continue

Added by Victor Szilagyi on July 21, 2007 at 5:03pm — No Comments

Energy and how to keep it alive.

I recently saw Bruce Mau at the DC Design Convention. It was a fabulous talk he gave about Massive Change, his new book. Basically he was talking about how there has been this great change within our culture. Whether it is environmental, social, or through innovations. I really enjoyed what he had to say. I feel like there is this energy whenever I hear people talk about change. I always feel so energized (no pun intended) when ever I am around someone in this field of thinking. But how do…


Added by Jess on July 21, 2007 at 2:00am — No Comments

Life After Financial Freedom

Life After Financial Freedom

Hi everyone. I want to hear what your plans are after Financial Freedom.

OK, right now you are working your business hard to become Financially Independent. What comes after that? What are your plans? Share with your friends here…


Added by Sonny McGinn on July 20, 2007 at 11:53pm — No Comments

Podcasting 2.0, please!

I have written before that I think radio has a great future, since it

is now available in many more flexible forms than just tuning in to the

airwaves. We no longer have to follow time tables and dial between

stations, and radio is easy to consume while doing other things, such

as commuting, jogging etc.

This summer I have downloaded a lot of podcasts to my Nokia N95 smartphone. It has a very easy to use

podcasting application that lets me search for and… Continue

Added by Henrik Ahlen on July 20, 2007 at 10:53am — No Comments

No, I don't want to be your friend

Enough friend request spam already! I joined to learn more about the
network and meet people doing startups. I'm not interested in friend
whoring (yes, I think having 1000 friends in a network of 1300 people
is a good indicator of this).

Added by Peter Robinett on July 19, 2007 at 8:33pm — No Comments

What can I do for you?!

15 years passed in finance (from Controller position to CFO) I have always been involved in IT business, projects, I am now developing commercially and seeking for any Biz Dev opportunites.

I am back home as I was supposed to work on IT initially.

Mobile Internet & apps, Web 2.0...

My enthousiasm is yours if you need anything...just ask, one of my skill could help!

Added by PhilJ on July 19, 2007 at 12:06am — No Comments -- a new start-up crawling out of stealth

Hello Open Coffee Clubbers,

Just stumbled upon your site and thought I would join.

My name is Bryce. I am the Media Guy at -- a Paris-based start-up.

Our little baby -- backed as it is by one Europe's leading VCs - is preparing to leave the nest.

It's almost time for us to launch an invitation-only beta phase -- and we would like to extend the invitation to be among a select group of beta-testers to the Coffee Club community.

If… Continue

Added by Bryce on July 18, 2007 at 6:44pm — No Comments

Anyone wants to meet and discuss Internet business/start ups in Redondo Beach, CA?

Anyone wants to meet and discuss Internet business/start ups in Redondo Beach, CA?

Added by John Vanhara on July 17, 2007 at 5:18pm — No Comments

One year wiser?

Today is my birthday! Yippieee! I will celebrate this day by making my first blog entry! Hope to get to know a lot of interesting people here. Feel free to contact my about anything!

Added by Mondesir Mondelus on July 17, 2007 at 3:23pm — 1 Comment

(my work) Information Design for KAMS

KAMS maintains a comprehensive information database that includes statistics on Korean arts, archived content of performing arts in Korea and abroad, and reference resources on the management, administration,
and operation of performing arts companies and organizations. KAMS also prepares…

Added by NAMEJ on July 16, 2007 at 9:48am — No Comments

(my workplace) Korea Arts Management Sevice

Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) was established in January 2006. KAMS offers multifaceted assistance for the purpose of bolstering the sustainability of arts groups and organizations, while strengthening their competitive advantages by developing diverse and effective support systems for more efficient arts management. KAMS enables performing arts companies in Korea to broaden their horizon and presence by evaluating their management strategy, offering… Continue

Added by NAMEJ on July 16, 2007 at 9:46am — No Comments



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