links for 2007-10-24

by oneafrikan on October 24, 2007

Your Radio Revolution by OpenCircuit [Current TV UK] (tags: last.fm documentary recommended read video) Kindo is where families get together, build their tree, and grow. Kindo is where you learn more about your family and what they’re up to. (tags: (…)

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Hotmail & Kindo loving…

by oneafrikan on October 24, 2007

We’ve been having trouble getting email into Hotmail, but seems to be working now… If you’re interested in the details, checkout this post; if you’ve sent invitations to Hotmail, you may wanna see if they’ve been accepted ;-) _ Kindo (…)

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links for 2007-10-23

by oneafrikan on October 23, 2007

Facebook | Appsaholic (tags: facebook apps) Apple Store – U.K. – Special Deals (tags: apple store refurb)

Who’s behind Kindo?

by oneafrikan on October 23, 2007

If you’re interested in knowing who’s behind Kindo on a daily basis, then take a gander – been updated today (show some, not all): _ Kindo – About

No more stealth startup – Kindo is born today!

by oneafrikan on October 22, 2007

Right now there are lots of proud moms and pops here at our Putney offices! Today we’ve just released our first public version of Kindo [www.kindo.com], along with some nice improvements to our baby: Pruning is better (and you can (…)

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Community Contest 2007: Learning to Share

by oneafrikan on October 22, 2007

Check it out: Community Guy – Jake McKee » Community Contest 2007: Learning to Share Any robust community is all about sharing; it’s what powers the group. Without an open exchange of ideas, content, and kind words, you don’t have (…)

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Private BuyOut Of Ancestry.com For $300+ Million is interesting…

by oneafrikan on October 19, 2007

Some interesting stuff going on lately… Contrary to some latest deals, my humble opinion is that $150 of revenue is a good motivator for making a buyout of that size… Guess time will tell (much like Skype deal has for (…)

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