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Understanding the New Boom in Subscriptions

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More than a century before Netflix and Hulu and Spotify first charged subscribers to satisfy their daily media cravings, another device existed called the Théâtrophone1. From 1881 to 1932, telephonic devices called Théâtrophones were made available to dignitaries and guests in luxury hotels who required their daily fix of live...
Understanding the New Boom in Subscriptions

Muxi Takes On LinkedIn With Mobile-First Social Network For Professionals

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Is there room for another social network in the age of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn? According to newly launched, mobile-first startup Muxi, the answer to that question is “yes,” and specifically, it’s targeting the LinkedIn crowd with its social network for professionals. According to Muxi co-founder Bertrand Besse, there’s still...
Muxi Takes On LinkedIn With Mobile-First Social Network For Professionals

Tatango to add 20K new clients, open NYC office with Broadtexter acquisition

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Tatango, the Seattle-based group SMS service, today announced the acquisition of Broadtexter, a New York-based entertainment text-messaging marketing platform. The move brings on an additional 20,000 clients to the Tatango platform, including big names like Reel Big Fish, Los Lonely Boys, Sister Hazel, Candlestick, Big Head Todd and The Monsters. Tatango will...
Tatango to add 20K new clients, open NYC office with Broadtexter acquisition

Score one for Seattle startup partnerships: Tatango, Julep team up for text-message campaign

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As the Seattle startup scene continues to grow, so do opportunities to form partnerships with neighboring companies. And that’s exactly what happened with two fast-growing startups here in the Emerald City: group-SMS service Tatango and cosmetics company Julep. Both companies knew each other because of shared mutual investors. When Julep...
Score one for Seattle startup partnerships: Tatango, Julep team up for text-message campaign

Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

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Portland is certainly growing as a startup city, and now there’s a new batch of companies ready to make their mark in the Rose City. The two-year-old Portland Seed Fund just graduated its fourth class of early-stage companies. The incubator, a unique public-private partnership supported by various government agencies and organizations, gave the startups $25,000...
Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

These Former Frat Guys Still Live Like Frat Guys And Make Software For Frat Guys

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It's perfectly normal to bootstrap your startup and have all of your employees work and sleep in one house, like one big happy family. Mark Zuckerberg ran Facebook out of a house in Palo Alto. And even he liked to go to Stanford University to check out frat parties....
These Former Frat Guys Still Live Like Frat Guys And Make Software For Frat Guys

Group text mobile developer Tatango eats up restaurant SMS marketer HungryThumb

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Tatango, the Seattle-based group SMS service, today announced the acquisition of restaurant text messaging marketer HungryThumb. Tatango allows people or businesses to send unlimited group texts from both their computer and mobile phone for a fee dependent on the amount of phone numbers. HungryThumb specializes in text message marketing for...
Group text mobile developer Tatango eats up restaurant SMS marketer HungryThumb

Frat Boys Are Taking Over The Tech World

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Coders and entrepreneurs don't always have to be the nerdy, quiet types. If you were one of Facebook's earliest employees, chances are you found yourself at their house playing beer pong or going to one of Zuck's crazy parties, like those chronicled by David Kirkpatrick in "The Facebook Effect."...
Frat Boys Are Taking Over The Tech World
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