Posts Tagged “Seagull”

Brace yourself Sheila, Kindo is on TechCrunch

by oneafrikan on February 7, 2008

This morning we all got into the office and started the day as usual. Get in around 9, get the day started with review of actions (sharpen the saw) and meetings that need to happen, then the daily SCRUM (yesterday, (…)

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A good Kindo problem to have, I think!!

by oneafrikan on January 10, 2008

See what I did there…? kindo problem to have…? ;-) It’s the last thing in the world that I’d *like* to see happening, but then again it’s a problem that you want to have as a growing web service for (…)

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Ever seen Web2.0 in Arabic?

by oneafrikan on December 14, 2007

I’m extremely proud to say that due to some hard work from Ali in our office, we’ve released Arabic into Kindo… so now you get web2.0 family tree building and family social networking in Arabic, and 11 other languages… Pretty (…)

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Kindo gets TechCrunched in France

by oneafrikan on December 3, 2007

_ TechCrunch en français » [fr] Kindo lance la version française de son service de généalogie nouvelle génération Le moins que l’on puisse dire c’est que Geni, un service nouvelle génération pour créer un arbre généalogique a inspiré pas mal (…)

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Build a fancy looking family tree with Kindo, from Webware

by oneafrikan on November 30, 2007

Some linkage and a good review from Webware ;-) _ Build a fancy looking family tree with Kindo | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone Besides the very basic and simple implementation of the tree creation, there’s also an (…)

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New features & improvements to kindo

by oneafrikan on November 23, 2007

We’ve been hard at work since we went live with Kindo, and yesterday did another major release which we’re really proud of… Check it out, you should start to see the first signs of our social direction, which sets us (…)

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Profile in a kindo family tree dating back to 1702

by oneafrikan on November 16, 2007

Pretty cool to know that we’re developing something that can do this, for people in 9 languages spread across 116 countries ;-) _ Kindo – Profile in a kindo family tree dating back to 1702 We recently had a posting (…)

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