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January Presentations - post here if you want to present

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Nate W.
innonate
Group Organizer
New York, NY
Post #: 4
How would you like to present your cool tech to the NY tech community on January 6th?

To be considered, please post the following information. We'll get back to you by the end of the week.


  • Company Name
  • URL
  • Less than 100 words about your company
  • Why do you want to present to the NY Tech Meetup?

A former member
Post #: 1
1. Klout
2. Klout.net
3. We measure influence across the social web. Discovering who has the ability to “spread content the furthest” is at the core of what we are aiming to do with Klout. If we can all understand who has the biggest impact on the velocity of the content we create as it spreads across the internet those people can be recognized as partners and not just as content consumers.
4. Very relevant with all the talk of "authority" going on. More importantly, as a self funded very young start-up this would be a great opportunity for us to get feedback on what we are doing.
Dan R.
DanRollman
Brooklyn, NY
Post #: 2
1. Universal Record Database

2. URDB.org

3. URDB, which evolved from a project created at Burning Man, is aiming to compete with the Guinness Book by providing an open, community based site for world records and human achievement. As Wikipedia reinvented the encyclopedia, we want to do the same with world records.

4. Having just launched in beta less than two months ago, we're eager to share our site with the NY Tech community. Our project has an ambitious goal to radically evolve and expand world records as we know them, and with many obstacles and challenges ahead of us, we'd love to get feedback from our peers on how to best move forward in the years to come.

Jesse E.
jesseengle
San Francisco, CA
Post #: 15
1. CoTweet

2. www.CoTweet.com

3. CoTweet powers your brand on Twitter. Engage multiple people in your organization to tweet through your brand’s Twitter account. Work seamlessly together, delegate messaging tasks, track conversations and schedule posts. A convention we call ^CoTags provides short-form signatures to identify the people posting and make your brand human. Sign up for a beta invite at CoTweet.com.

4. We’d like to launch our public beta at the NY Tech Meetup, if we're selected. It would be our debutante ball. Plus, we’re good enough, we’re smart enough and doggone it, people like us.
Greg G
meetgreg
New York, NY
Post #: 43
1. Shorty Awards (by Sawhorse Media)
2. http://shortyawards.c...­ & http://sawhorsemedia....­
3. The Shorty Awards honor the world's top Twitterers (as seen on NYT, TC and the BBC)
4. To see if we can explain our awards for short form content in under 5 minutes, and to see if Nate will be as vicious as Scott if we go over the time limit
A former member
Post #: 1
1. Siruna
2. http://www.siruna.com...­
3. Siruna is a start-up company delivering a set of tools to make your sites mobile. The technology is based on a hybrid solution allowing semi-automatic content-adaptation and manual authoring.
4. Getting feedback from the NY tech community and looking for future collaborations
A former member
Post #: 2
1 ClassWish

2 www.ClassWish.org

3 Few schools have enough money for the supplies and equipment needed for children to excel. Teachers spend hundreds of dollars a year of their own money; kids spend their time peddling cookie dough and wrapping paper; and it still isn’t enough.

ClassWish.org gives teachers the tools to garner support from within their own communities. Teachers visit the site to create a Wish List of the things they need, as easily as shopping online. ClassWish helps attract parents, neighbors, alumni, local businesses and others to see exactly what is needed and to inspire their tax-deductible contributions. ClassWish sends the supplies to the schools.

4 Whether we have children or simply care about education, most of us would like to see local schools improve. Using the internet to do so may be of special interest to the NY Tech community, and we welcome their feedback and participation. Also, the January MeetUp coincides with our beta launch.
Chintan P.
chintanop
New York, NY
Post #: 1

  • Applied Informatics, Inc.
  • TrialX.org
  • TrialX is a healthcare information technology start-up that is developing a groundbreaking technology to automatically match patients to clinical trials of new treatments. Additionally, TrialX provides the first-of-its-kind web platform that allows patients and investigators to find and contact each other effortlessly. TrialX is integrated with Microsoft HealthVault and Google Health to provide a personalized clinical trial matching service to their users.
  • Get feedback from the NY Tech community. Find potential collaborators. Share our enthusiasm about developing cool apps on the next BIG thing, Personal Health Record platforms of Google and Microsoft.



Richard Z.
zlayde
New York, NY
Post #: 1
# Arc90, Inc.

# www.kindlingapp.com

# Arc90 is a homegrown NY (formerly Brooklyn) based consultancy and tech product company. We've just released our first product. It's a hosted idea management tool for companies or groups called Kindling (www.kindlingapp.com)­. Kindling has generated a fair amount of buzz since it went live a couple of months ago and we'd love to share it with the NY Tech community.

# We'd like to present so we can share Kindling and get some feedback on it. We'd also like to introduce ourselves - Arc90 - to the NY tech community. We've done some pretty innovative things in our short 4-year lifespan and want to share what we've done and meet others that may be interested in working with us.

Thanks!

Rich Ziade
Arc90, Inc.
A former member
Post #: 2
1. Designbuggy
2. http://designbuggy.co...­
3. Designbuggy is a search utility that lets architects, interior designers and consumers store all their products and project inspirations in one place, accessible anywhere. After installing our browser tool, users can bookmark items they like, create portfolios (i.e., faucet choices for a client or spouse) and easily share them. Users can also upload their own photos, allowing them to manage all their design sources in one place. Community and feeds tools allow for social search as well.
4. We've just launched a beta pilot, and are developing a broader search direction. The site has been built off-shore. We'd like to introduce ourselves to the NY tech community, get some feedback and explore moving the technical operation here.
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