eHub Interviews Openomy

Visit Openomy, originally added to eHub on Sep 30, 05. Thanks to Ian Sefferman, creator of Openomy for this email interview posted October 9, 2005. (This interview is available in Japanese thanks to Ryutaro Kamitsu.) eHub: What is your web application/service about? Openomy: My service, Openomy, is what I’m calling an “online file system.” It’s […]

Monday, Oct 10, 2005

eHub Interviews CiteULike

Visit CiteULike, originally added to eHub on Oct 06, 05. Thanks to Richard Cameron, creator of CiteULike for this email interview posted October 7, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? CiteULike: It’s all about making an extremely dull task faced by academics a little bit more bearable. There’s an important principle in science […]

Saturday, Oct 8, 2005

eHub Interviews Plazes

Visit Plazes, originally added to eHub on Sep 11, 05. Thanks to Felix Petersen, Stefan Kellner, and Christophe Maire of Plazes for this email interview posted October 6, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Plazes: Plazes is a grass-root approach to locality and personal mapping. It allows users to share their location with […]

Friday, Oct 7, 2005

eHub Interviews Kiko

Visit Kiko, originally added to eHub on Mar 22, 06. Thanks to Justin Kan, Founder and Emmett Shear, Co-founder of Kiko for this email interview posted October 6, 2005. This interview is available in Japanese thanks to Ryutaro Kamitsu. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Kiko: Kiko is about making the personal calendar an […]

Friday, Oct 7, 2005