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2Dec 07after nearly a year, i'm proud to present my new company's private beta:
ffwd.com "pronounced FastForward"
ffwd is not a social network! it's a brand new site where you can easily discover and share all the best videos from all over the web. try it out today...
here is the official press release:
ffwd launches private beta
Founder of revolutionary social music service (iLike) sets sights on video
November 13, 2007 -- NewTeeVee Live, San Francisco 7:30AM PST, November 14, 2007
Recently funded San Francisco startup, ffwd (pronounced "fast forward"), started accepting applications today from potential beta users. The beta program will begin on November 30th, 2007 with 2,500 users and last for at least 6 months. The announcement was made at NewTeeVee Live and the instructions for applicants were posted at www.ffwd.com.
All beta users will have access to a full-featured version of the service and will be invited to give feedback on the following components of the product roadmap:
* Online, cable and broadcast content syndication (millions of channels)
* Tracking favorite videos of friends across multiple social networks
* Pushing recommendations to your TV or mobile device
Select users will also be invited to preview features "in the labs" and participate in the product planning process.
Patrick Koppula, former co-founder/COO of iLike & GarageBand.com and now CEO of ffwd, will be available throughout the day at NewTeeVee Live to discuss the program. Please email email@example.com or call 415.873.3881 to schedule an interview.
For more information:
7Jan 07Finally, a podcast for my band Otaku that features new, old, rare and just plain weird tracks.
The first volume features an old favorite, a Beck remix, an Orb remix, as well as many more. I'll probably be putting together new ones every 2-3 weeks as I have a lot of material to go through.
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