We just made it back to Zurich with a 12 hours delay. And since I’m well jet lagged and wide awake I’ll be happy to tell you about that amazee episode with US Airways!
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I know, it’s rather late to give you a comprehensive summary of San Francisco‘s Supernova that already ended three days ago. However, I’m just flipping through my digital notes and going through all the positive experiences and insights („decompressing“ as my buddy BJ from suggestionbox.com would say).
UPDATE 9:49am CET: Firefox 3 is downloaded 5'000'645 times!
Are you thinking of running a project on Amazee? Ever wondered how people should find your project outside Amazee? You do not know that many people to reach your goal?
It’s a great pleasure for us to welcome Mel Adey to the Amazee team! She has joined Luci’s editorial team this morning and will be working with us till mid September when she starts her Master studies. Apart from supporting Luci in his editorial duty she will do some academic work on Social Collaboration. But most important: rap our knuckles when we make one of these English mistakes again!!
Dania and I just arrived in San Francisco and we are already aglow with happiness!! Want to know why? Kevin Werbach was giving away free registrations to 3 startups for San Francisco’s Supernova 2008 (one ticket costs $1695!!). Amazee snapped at the chance - and won two entries!! (compare our current feeling with your favorite team winning Euro 2008 - just better...)
Building a Web 2.0 startup requires lots of hard work and focus - from the trainee to the CEO. Days rush through and there's almost no spare time to zone out. Since we got listed on catalogr I allowed myself a tiny time-out to take the bird's eye view on our industry! Haven't been on catalogr yet? Click here and try to find us amongst all our colleagues with a web 2.0 vision :)