Posts Tagged “Open Source” interview on Kindo (about scale/product/marketing/revenue)

by oneafrikan on June 30, 2008

Was at Open Coffee last week (looking for developers), and did this interview with Vincent and Eugene from on Kindo. Talked about how we’ve tackled some of the usual web app issues like scaling our userbase, internationalisation, product dev, (…)

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Kindo in the

by oneafrikan on June 23, 2008

Brief summary of what Kindo is about in the Guardian: _ Elevator Pitch: Kindo makes a play for the family network niche | PDA: The Digital Content Blog | ;-)

Welcome to the Kindo Family, Denmark!

by oneafrikan on May 20, 2008

Kindo is now in 15 languages… ;-) _ Gratis stamtræ pÃ¥ Kindo – Welcome to the Family, Denmark! Kindo just launched in Danish! Our last name research pages for Denmark have been live for quite some time now, and finally (…)

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Kindo one of top 3 in UK’s Most Promising Internet Company 2008

by oneafrikan on May 2, 2008

So on Wednesday, Nils and I went to Internet World at Earls Court, to do a final pitch to the judges for the “UK’s Most Promising Internet Company 2008″… and we didn’t win, which is a bummer, but we did (…)

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Kindo releases Spanish last names – Estadísticas familiares en España

by oneafrikan on May 1, 2008

Kindo release Spanish last names ;-) Nice work guys! _ Estadísticas familiares en España – Kindo Aprende más sobre tus apellidos. Descubre cuánta gente comparte alguno de tus apellidos, y cómo son de populares comparados con otros apellidos.

Checkout the new coda.coza: Presenting v6

by oneafrikan on April 30, 2008

Respek for Damien, he’s produced something fresh and easy on the eyes ;-) _ Presenting v6 – blog – coda.coza My previous design lasted for almost half of that time. Despite its shortcomings (lack of a feature-rich CMS) and obvious (…)

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Building a Startup You Love is Hard (BaSYLiH) – Final Draft

by oneafrikan on April 28, 2008

OK, so this has become somewhat of a labour of love the last month or so, where I’ve snuck bits of time here and there to get this to a point where I’m happy it makes sense, and there’s not (…)

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