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Kukunu.com at LeWeb 2009 conference in Paris

Posted by Charbax – December 12, 2009

Kukunu.com is one of the startups shown.

Danish startup Getinlive.com

Posted by Charbax – December 12, 2009

Danish Startup Get In does football statistics in real-time, also patented real-time football betting systems. It calculates sports results based on historical results.

Sokoz.fr

Posted by Charbax – December 12, 2009

Sokoz is a real-time reverse auction startup.

Ribbit VOIP explained by Kevin Marks and JP Rangaswami of British Telecom

Posted by Charbax – December 12, 2009

Kevin Marks and JP Rangaswami are introducing Ribbit VOIP platform and APIs that gives independent developers, ISVs, and global enterprises the tools and functionality to create new ways to communicate-with people, businesses, and software. Ribbit enables developers to combine the richness of voice calling with the interactivity of Web 2.0 experiences. More info at http://ribbit.com

I also ask them about how they think the telecom industry is reacting to VOIP as a threat to existing revenues and as an opportunity for creating new experiences around voice communications.

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Marc Canter at LeWeb 2008 in Paris

Posted by Charbax – December 14, 2008

Marc Canter is the CEO of Broadband Mechanics.

Sevenload at LeWeb 2008 in Paris

Posted by Charbax – December 14, 2008

Interview with Sevenload CEO Axel Schmiegelow about Sevenload’s position in the online video market.

Kevin Marks – Google OpenSocial Developer Advocate

Posted by Charbax – February 14, 2008
Kevin Marks is a Developer Advocate for OpenSocial at Google, bringing external developers and Google engineers together to make a better web. Over the last 20 years he's alternated between giant companies and founding startups - BBC, The UK MultiMedia Corporation, Apple QuickTime, Technorati and now Google. The common thread has been working out how people, computers and media can complement each other, and solving the engineering and social problems where they meet. He is one of the driving forces behind microformats.org and advisor to the Open Rights group. He wants you to remember that URLs are people too, and his URL is http://epeus.blogspot.com. (description taken from here) This video was filmed at the Lift conference using the Sanyo HD1000 camcorder.


Rodrigo Sepulveda – Vpod.tv

Posted by Charbax – February 14, 2008

Rodrigo Sepulveda is the co-founder and CEO of vpod.tv which stands for video publishing on-demand TV.

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Jasmina Tesanovic at Lift 2008

Posted by Charbax – February 14, 2008

Jasmina Tesanovic talks about her experience blogging from Seribia in the 90ies.

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