• SherpaFoundry’s First Startup, Do, Is A Platform For Making Meetings More Productive

    SherpaFoundry’s First Startup, Do, Is A Platform For Making Meetings More Productive

    A new startup, with the simple name Do, hopes to change all that with a platform built to make meeting participants better prepared before they show up, and to keep a more complete record of what transpired for those who were in the meeting and those who couldn’t make it. Read More

  • Yahoo Tries Its Hand At Mobile App Search

    Yahoo Tries Its Hand At Mobile App Search

    If apps replace the mobile web, and along with it, traditional search, then the search engines need to figure out how to adapt. Yahoo is taking a tiny step towards embracing mobile apps with a few new products for searching apps. It is launching both iPhone and Android apps for app discovery, as well as desktop app search experience. The iPhone app is called Yahoo! AppSpot, and I’ve… Read More

  • Getaround Startup Battlefield Finalist Presentation

    Disrupt NYC: The Final Battle (Video)

    After 30 startups launching on stage at Disrupt NYC, it all culminated in the final battle between six finalists: Getaround, BillGuard, Sonar, Do@, ccLoop, and InvoiceASAP. What made this final battle so fascinating to watch was not only the quality of the startups, but the quality of the judges: Fred Wilson, Ron Conway, Marisa Mayer, Roelof Botha, and Josh Kopelman. We put together the… Read More

  • Disrupt NYC, In Tweets

    Disrupt NYC, In Tweets

    I am still recovering from Disrupt NYC. It was our biggest event ever, and we’ll be posting more videos and highlights throughout the next few days. But here are a couple of charts that give a snapshot of the activity around the event as measured by Tweets with the event hashtag #TCDisrupt (thanks for the charts, Simply Measured). In the chart above you can see the distribution of… Read More

  • Do@ Startup Battlefield Presentation

    Do@ Bridges The Divide Between Search And Mobile Apps

    A couple years ago, Steve Jobs drew a line in the sand between mobile apps and search. “On a mobile device,” he declared, “search hasn’t happened. Search is not where it’s at. People aren’t searching on a mobile device like they do on the desktop. What is happening is they are spending all of their time in apps.” Up until now, the divide has remained. Read More