Traveling Geeks

Popular Twitter client TweetDeck recently launched a List directory featured extensively on the site’s home page. Unlike competing sites that rank lists solely by number of followers, TweetDeck lets you vote lists up or down, add comments to them, and get recommendations based on your profile. It also features a handy feed of all the…continue reading.

At the LeWeb conference, my fellow Traveling Geek – Ewan Spence – tempted me with a sneak peek of the PsiXPda pocket computer. It slides! It tilts! It has a touchscreen AND a backlit keyboard for conference environments. It runs WindowsXP, but is compatible with Ubuntu, JoliCloud and other Linux operating systems (hackintosh, anyone?) Check these…continue reading.

TechZulu’s Traveling Geeks Diary [This post is part of a series of interviews TechZulu conducted in Paris with the Traveling Geeks, an organization dedicated to identifying and sharing the latest innovations between the US and other parts of the world.] At the LeWeb conference, German startup Club Cooee showed off its desktop 3D instant messaging…continue reading.

TechZulu ran into Social Gaming Network CEO Shervin Pishevar at the LeWeb conference and got a first-hand glimpse of the new Skies of Glory game for the iPhone, available now in the App Store. Currently at least one SGN game has been downloaded on a third of all iPhone and iPod Touch devices in existence.…continue reading.

DAY TWO Today the Traveling Geeks saw presentations from 11 interesting startups at French incubator, the Paris Development Agency. Among them was Stribe, a company TechZulu originally interviewed at the TechCrunch50 conference earlier this year. Stribe offers a plug and play service for instantly creating a social network on any Web site. There will be more news…continue reading.

It’s official! TechZulu has joined the Traveling Geeks tour to Paris, France. We’re meeting with everyone from startups to serial entrepreneurs and established tech companies to compare notes on the innovation happening stateside and abroad. As part of the tour, we will also be attending LeWeb, so stay tuned for all the news coming out…continue reading.

Cedexis Julien Coulon, co-founder and GM. Comes from Akami. Worked in NYC for a year.   A collective intelligence platform that enables next gen traffic management strategies.   Improves traffic flow by routing your Web traffic (load balancing) to the CDN that best fits your needs. Can load pages in 60-70% less time.   BUYING…continue reading.

Curating the Web with Pearltrees   Pearltrees – Patrice Lamonthe, CEO The office is located in a historic area of Paris that is experiencing an information revolution.   Why would you organize the Web? One single word: creation. Similar to blogging. We are not a passive community. It’s about building something. It touches the same…continue reading.

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