Yes, it’s been a long time since we braved the curious smells of LikeALittle’s hacker hose. And while TechCrunch Disrupt may have kept you occupied for a week, that emptiness you’re feeling inside can only really be cured by one thing: a new episode of TC Cribs. Happy to oblige.
This episode features GroupMe, the hot group messaging startup that has its roots in a TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon and has since landed over $10 million in funding. The NYC-based startup is full of bright hackers eager to show off their custom rugs and bingo games — and they have a decent sense of humor, too. This is one of our best episodes, so tune in.
I might even dance a little. Thanks for the memories, Petey. And if you enjoy the dancing, you can study the moves here.
Credit once again goes to Ashley Pagán and John Murillo for the camera work, and to Mr. Murillo for the great editing.
Also make sure to check out our previous episodes of TC Cribs:
GroupMe helps people stay connected and get together better with their friends. GroupMe’s two core offerings are: GroupMe, the group mobile messaging service, and Experiences, a service for finding, planning and purchasing group activities. GroupMe is based in New York and was founded by Jared Hecht and Steve Martocci in May 2010 at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon. In August 2011, GroupMe was acquired by Skype, which was subsequently acquired by Microsoft in October 2011. For more information, please visit...