April 27, 2011, 4 Comments

Spaaze is an entirely free online corkboard which lets users organize sticky notes, links, images, videos and basically anything else you could think of in an infinite canvas which is saved in real-time. It’s a great way to organize separate bits of online information together in one easily accessible location as you figure out what’s what.

Products That Solve Problems Market Themselves: The Instagram Story

April 27, 2011, 6 Comments

Instagram launched in late 2010 with a new, fast and easy way to share photos between users. The service has expanded at a huge rate across the globe, ...

The CloudApp Story

April 22, 2011, 13 Comments

CloudApp launched in early 2010 to a huge amount of interest, and it has developed into one of the most popular file-sharing services on the web. The ...

Why Windows Phone 7 would have failed as a startup.

April 16, 2011, 7 Comments

While Windows Phone 7 has been making steady progress in terms of market share since it's launch in late 2010, a series of poor decisions and technica ...

  • ‘Ads’ are dead. Use advertising instead.
    April 4, 2011, 2 Comments

    Online 'ads', as we've known them for the past decade, are dead. The brain of every internet user has been trained to ignore banner ads on websites, and if it hasn't, web browser adblock technology has ensured the ads are truly hidden. In t ...

  • Localscope tells you what’s close by.
    April 3, 2011, 2 Comments

    Localscope is a social data powered GPS app which help users find great spots to check out nearby. It uses Google, Bing, Foursquare and Twitter to pinpoint nearby destinations, letting you compare search results just by sliding between them ...