Month: May 2011

On the Magic of Turntable.fm, Needed Features, and Potential Startup Spinoffs

This week I discovered Turntable.fm which is a great new music discovery site  and had an epiphany of sorts regarding its functionality. First off here’s a snippet about the service from a great post by Adam D’Augelli on the service over at Life in Beta: For background, Turntable.fm is a social music discovery platform. Arrive …

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Live tweeting the Locker Project’s Jeremie Miller Talk at Glue Conference by Kevin Marks

I’ve been able to listen in from the edges of the Glue Conference that’s currently taking place through the awesome tweetbytes provided by Kevin Marks. He always does an amazing job when live tweeting from the talks he attends at various conferences, and this was no exception. Today he provided details from the Locker Project’s …

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A Startup Opportunity for the Mint of Personal Activity Devices and Services for Health

Since I recently started testing out the Bodymedia armband I’ve also looked into other devices and the associated data and visualizations they provide. It got me thinking that as we start to incorporate several of these personal tracking devices and associated services into our lives, an opportunity to create a single dashboard will present itself. …

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