[tc_speakertext_off]It’s been a very busy week at TechCrunch with our Disrupt conference and other internal disruptions, so you may have missed some great and revealing interviews. Devin Coldewey wrote a post with the Six Must-Watch On-Stage Videos from Disrupt. But there was a lot of activity going on backstage too. We did more than 60 interviews with entrepreneurs, VCs, Angels, CEOs, and a Mayor.
Click on video titles to view additional information from the original post including a summary, commentary and comments. The rest of the conference can be found at our Ultimate Guide to Disrupt SF.
Just moments after they won the Disrupt Cup, co-founders of Shaker sat down to talk with the TechCrunch team.
Mike McCue, CEO of Flipboard explains what a ‘flip’ is and what’s next for iPad tablet reader. Find out if an iPhone version is on the roadmap.
Sarah Lacy described these segments tweeting “Mike Butcher is delightfully manic in start up alley.” Find out what she was talking about from the ever surprising Mike Butcher. There are two additional video segments within the post.
Shervin Pishevar and his Menlo Ventures has $20 Million to invest in startups. Companies that are accepted will receive between $50k and $125k. Find out what he is looking to fund.
MG Siegler asks Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom how they manage their fast growth.
Facebook Co-Founder and Asana Co-Founder Dustin Moskovitz tells Leena Rao how his new company is going to be another game changer.
All the Disrupt videos, including the Hackathon presentations, can be found on TCTV’s Disrupt Video Gallery.
Flipboard is a digital social magazine that aggregates web links from your social circle, i.e. Twitter and Facebook, and displays the content in magazine form on an iPad.
Shaker brings social networks to life by allowing people to interact in real time in a shared environment, making the online social experience of hanging out with friends and meeting new people, feel natural finally.
Menlo Ventures provides capital for seed through growth technology companies in the consumer and enterprise sectors. For decades, the firm’s market-driven research analysis has led to the identification of and successful exits in innovative technology markets. Notable research-areas of investment include Mobile (Siri, MobiTV, TeleNav), Enterprise storage (3Par), Communications (Acme Packet, Cavium Networks), and Consumer (Carbonite, Roku). Founded in 1976, Menlo’s portfolio includes 70 public companies and more than 100 mergers and acquisitions. Throughout our history, Menlo’s deep network...
Instagram is a free photo sharing application that allows users to take photos, apply a filter, and share it on the service or a variety of other social networking services, including Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr, Flickr, and Posterous. The application is compatible with any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 3.1.2 or above or any Android device running Android 2.2 or above. In an homage to both the Kodak Instamatic and Polaroid cameras, Instagram confines photos into a square...
Asana is a shared task list for your team – the best way to communicate, organize, and track your work. It was founded by Dustin Moskovitz, a co-founder of Facebook, and Justin Rosenstein, an alum of both Facebook and Google. Asana’s mission is to increase the potential output of every team’s efforts: to empower humanity to do great things.
Dustin Moskovitz is a co-founder of Facebook and, more recently, Asana, a startup tackling the problem of workplace collaboration. At Facebook, he was a leader in the technical staff, where he oversaw the major architecture of the site. He was also responsible for the company’s mobile strategy and development. Starting Facebook with founder Mark Zuckerberg from their dorm room, Dustin has been instrumental in the growth and development of the site since its inception. Dustin attended Harvard University as an...