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MindShare, an exclusive organization designed for CEOs of the most promising high tech companies in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, announces the members of its 17th MindShare class.
Launched in 1997, MindShare handpicks 50 to 60 CEOs every year from the area’s hottest emerging growth companies to come together in a private, intimate setting. Its mission is to help CEOs build long-term, sustainable companies by creating opportunities for growth, building a sense of community, and fostering teamwork in a collegial environment. Candidates for MindShare are typically first-time CEOs for companies under $ 10M, although the expectation is that they won’t be there for long. The class will hear from notable speakers, enjoy old-fashioned networking, and discuss critical topics for building a business at the CEO level. More than 660 CEOs have graduated from MindShare, creating a deep and valuable alumni network.
The 2013 class will kick off this year with a special event at the Verizon Center on April 2, 2013, hosted by Ted Leonsis and the MindShare board. The 2013 class members are:
David Adelman, ReelGenie
Bill Anderson, Oculis Labs
Ara Bagdasarian, Omnilert LLC
Mark Barrett, Crelate
Jay Bass, Payment Partners, Inc.
Robert Bohorad, Okapi Technology Solutions
Andrew Bolt, SphynKx Therapeutics LLC
John Bracken, Speek
Eric Burnquist, ThinkingStorm
Jeff Butler, Privia Health
Mike Corkery, Deltek
William Desrosiers, MEBS Global Reach, LC.
Chris Duffus, LEAF College Savings, LLC
Gail Embt, Kinergy™ Health
Ken Fang, Mobomo
Derek Gabbard, Lookingglass Cyber Solutions
Dahna Goldstein, PhilanTech, Inc.
Sean Griffey, Industry Dive
Larry Harding, High Street Partners
Doug Howard, VBrick
Antonio Jackson, Uncovercare, Inc.
Jamey Jeff, Remarkable Hire
Charles Johnson, Cyber IQ
Keith Kelly, Mortgage Harmony Company
Nadeem Khan, Vidizmo
E.A. Koester, Capital Swift
Nick Lavezzo, FoundationDB
Dawn Li, Data and Analytic Solutions, Inc.
Raj Malik, Infusd
Josh Marks, masFlight
David Marra, 25K Digital, Inc
Sean McElrath, Hallway
Mark McGovern, Mobile System 7
James McKenna, Trupath
Patrick Mish, M-Edge Accessories
Charles Moore, LightPath
Todd Moore, TMSOFT LLC
Byron Morgan, Vinylmint
Mark Norris, Ekahau
Dr. Ade Oni, Pathevo®-STEM
Gaige Paulsen, ClueTrust
Michael Pratt, SpydrSafe Mobile Security, Inc.
T.J. Radtke, Acertiv
Dhruva Rajendra, LearnShark
Steven Rao, Telematch, Inc.
Mohamed Reda, Allied Soft
Emily York Richards, SADE Wellness
Jeff Ross, Treater
Juan Pablo Segura, 1eq Inc.
Patrick Smith, Power Supply
Zubair Talib, YaSabe
Nicholas Tolsen, COR
Yiannis Velissarakos, PersonSpot
Pranav Vora, Hugh & Crye
Micha Weinblatt, Betterific
Rob Wenger, Higher Logic
Laura Lee Williams, Laura Lee Designs
Tammy Wincup, EverFi
Gerald Young, Mobile-TeleMed
Over the past 16 years, some of the region’s most successful CEOs have become a part the ever-growing MindShare Alumni Network , including Joe Payne of Eloqua (2012 IPO and acquired by Oracle for $ 871M); Tim O’Shaughnessy of LivingSocial (raised over $ 180M in 2010); Reggie Aggarwal of Cvent (raised $ 136M in one of the largest Series A rounds on record in 2011); Rick Rudman of Vocus (2005 IPO); Hemant Kanakia of Torrent Networking Technologies (acquired by Ericsson for $ 450M); and Phillip Merrick of webMethods (the most successful first day software IPO ever).
MindShare is run by co-chairs Harry Glazer, Founder and CEO of the World Series of Start-Ups: the creator, director and co-producer of Sprockit; April Young of Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc.; and Gene Riechers of EverFi. The executive committee includes Steve Balistreri of Deloitte & Touche, LLP, and Michael Lincoln of Cooley, LLP. MindShare is supported by a board of industry veterans who are committed to building a strong ecosystem for success. Board members include:
Steve Balistreri – Deloitte, LLP
Bob Connolly – Lockton Companies
Keri Day – Ernst & Young LLP
Michael Dering – former CEO, ServiceBench
Mark Esposito – Ernst & Young, LLP
Mark Ezra – The Ezra Company
Harry Glazer, Kelley Drye, Co-Chair
David Greene – Bernstein Global Wealth Management
Carter Griffin – Updata Partners
Kristi Hedges – The Hedges Company
Kevin Johnson – Comerica Bank
Elizabeth Lewis – Cooley, LLP
Mike Lincoln – Cooley, LLP
Mary MacPherson – M2Works LLC
John May – New Vantage Group
Ed Meehan – Arcady Bay Partners
Edwin Miller – 9Lenses
Kathy Penny – KAT Consultants Inc.
Don Rainey – Grotech Ventures
Gene Riechers, EverFi, Co-Chair
Gary Roberts – Cabot
Elizabeth Shea – SpeakerBox Communications
Charlie Thomas – Razorsight
April Young, Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc., Co-Chair
Founded in 1997, MindShare’s mission is to help CEOs from the most promising high tech emerging growth companies in the Greater Washington Metropolitan region build long-term, sustainable companies by providing mentorship, creating business opportunities and a sense of community, and fostering teamwork in a collegial environment. Year after year, the CEOs who graduate from MindShare reaffirm its enduring value through continued business opportunities and lasting friendships.
Top 43 teams to share $ 100,000 in prize money in math modeling contest
The resolution of the water crisis in the Colorado River Basin may still be years away, but the answer to who had the best solution among the 2,585 high school students who tackled the problem in Moody’s Mega Math Challenge 2011 will be decided within days! The 568 participating teams have been whittled down to just six that are still in contention for top prizes, and their final rank order will be determined on April 28.
Working in teams of 3-5, students estimated the implications of the region’s long-term drought for 14 straight hours on an early March weekend, creating assumptions and devising mathematical models to determine the hydrologic impact on Lake Powell, while taking into account the region’s economic and political make-up.
“Students were asked to allocate waters of the mighty Colorado River to the Southwestern states and Mexico. This torrent of fresh water, averaging more than 1.3 million gallons every day, provides water for households, irrigation, and hydroelectric power. The challenge was to balance the varying flow of the river against demands for this precious natural resource, given a context of legal constraints and memories of the severe 2010 drought,” explained Ben Fusaro of Florida State University, M3 Challenge consultant and co-head judge. M3 Challenge contenders went to work, analyzing the impact of the 12-year deficit in Lake Powell, as danger of a declared water shortage looms in the Southwestern United States and 30 million Americans—whose sustenance depends on the fast-drying resource— continue to anxiously watch water levels.
“Mathematics is a powerful tool for developing a qualitative and quantitative understanding of the real world,” said Lee Seitelman, co-head judge and consultant for the Challenge. “Solving such a problem requires students to first relate the problem statement to an appropriate mathematical model, then solve a mathematical problem, and finally translate the solution back to the real world problem from which it was derived, and present the results of that work in a manner that can be understood by the general public.”
After the students were done with their part, a slightly different—albeit no less challenging— problem was presented to over 80 mathematicians around the country: who among these thousands of exemplary 11th and 12th graders should receive a share of $ 100,000 in prize money? Following rigorous evaluation in round one, or “triage judging,” 120 of the almost 600 team solution papers advanced to the second round. This top 20 percent was scrutinized this past weekend in Philadelphia by a panel of 16 judges at the headquarters of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), organizer of the contest. By the end of the second day, after much reading and deliberation, the panel arrived at a unanimous consensus on the prize-winning papers.
The top six awards, ranging from $ 2,500 to $ 20,000, will go to teams representing the following high schools, listed here in alphabetical order:
Eastside High School, Team #121, Gainesville, Florida
High Technology High School, Team #137, Lincroft, New Jersey
High Technology High School, Team #165, Lincroft, New Jersey
Pine View School, Team #481, Osprey, Florida
Ridgefield High School, Team #538, Ridgefield, Connecticut
T. R. Robinson High School, Team #75, Tampa, Florida
Judges will finally be able to put names and faces to the top papers when these six teams present their winning solutions at Moody’s Corporation headquarters in Manhattan on April 28. On that day, the final rank order of the papers will be determined and scholarship prizes will be awarded by The Moody’s Foundation, which funds the Challenge.
Six additional teams, whose papers underwent in-depth discussion by judges but narrowly missed making it into the top six, will be recognized with Finalist Team Prizes of $ 1,500 each:
Academy For Allied Health Sciences, Team #144, Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Belmont High School, Team #211, Belmont, Massachusetts
Career Center High School, Team #530, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Elk County Catholic High School, Team #204, Saint Marys, Pennsylvania
Holmdel High School, Team #445, Holmdel, New Jersey
Needham High School, Team #272, Needham, Massachusetts
Teams representing the following 31 schools will be awarded Honorable Mention Team Prizes of $ 1,000 each for noteworthy solutions:
Arlington High School, Team #661, Arlington, Massachusetts
Brien McMahon High School, Team #221, Norwalk, Connecticut
Delbarton School, Team #136, Morristown, New Jersey
Fairfield Warde High School, Team #194, Fairfield, Connecticut
Governor Livingston High School, Team #522, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey
Governor Livingston High School, Team #523, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey
Greater Hartford Academy of Math and Science, Team #47, Hartford, Connecticut
J.R. Masterman Demonstration School, Team #66, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Livingston High School, Team #365, Livingston, New Jersey
Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School, Team #214, Richmond, Virginia
Montgomery Blair High School, Team #56, Silver Spring, Maryland
New Canaan High School, Team #202, New Canaan, Connecticut
New Providence High School, Team #600, New Providence, New Jersey
Northview High School, Team #555, Johns Creek, Georgia
Pittsford Sutherland High School, Team #49, Pittsford, New York
Princeton High School, Team #100, Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton High School, Team #93, Princeton, New Jersey
Ridgefield High School, Team #543, Ridgefield, Connecticut
Sidwell Friends School, Team #127, Washington, District of Columbia
Sidwell Friends School, Team #473, Washington, District of Columbia
South Burlington High School, Team #336, South Burlington, Vermont
Stanton College Preparatory School, Team #581, Jacksonville, Florida
Staples High School, Team #562, Westport, Connecticut
Staples High School, Team #565, Westport, Connecticut
Thomas Jefferson HS for Science and Technology, Team #476, Alexandria, Virginia
Tri-Valley Central School, Team #266, Grahamsville, New York
Washington Township High School, Team #297, Sewell, New Jersey
West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South, Team #364, Princeton Junction, New Jersey
West Windsor-Plainsboro North, Team #156, Plainsboro, New Jersey
Westborough High School, Team #249, Westborough, Massachusetts
Wyomissing Area Junior/Senior High School, Team #606, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
“The students did a nice job, in just 14 hours, of analyzing the problem and presenting their conclusions,” said Seitelman. “A compressed time frame—a real world constraint—requires the teams to self-organize into effective units that efficiently utilize the individuals’ particular skills to get the job done. It is the integration of various and complementary skills that makes a team effective.”
To view the 2011 Challenge problem, go to:
See if your school registered for the Challenge, and/or made it through the first round.
About the Challenge:
Now in its sixth year, Moody’s Mega Math Challenge is an Internet-based math competition open to high school juniors and seniors living in the 18 states along the East Coast. It spotlights applied mathematics as a powerful problem-solving tool, as a viable and exciting profession, and as a vital contributor to advances in an increasingly technical society. Funded by The Moody’s Foundation and organized by SIAM, it challenges students, working in teams of three to five, to solve an open-ended, realistic, applied math-modeling problem focused on a real-world issue in just 14 hours using only free and publicly available resources. This year, 568 teams participated in the competition, which will award $ 100,000 in scholarship prizes. Complete details, sample problems, and archives of previous winners and Challenge events are available at http://m3challenge.siam.org.
About the Sponsor:
The Moody’s Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to supporting a variety of nonprofit education, health and human services, civic, and arts and culture programs. Established by Moody’s Corporation in 2001, the Foundation’s primary area of giving is secondary and higher education with a focus on mathematics, economics, and finance. Further information is available at philanthropy.moodys.com.
Moody’s is an essential component of the global capital markets, providing credit ratings, research, tools and analysis that contribute to transparent and integrated financial markets. Moody’s Corporation is the parent company of Moody’s Investors Service and Moody’s Analytics, which encompasses the growing array of Moody’s non-ratings businesses. The Corporation, which reported revenue of $ 1.8 billion in 2009, employs approximately 4,100 people worldwide and maintains a presence in 26 countries. Further information is available at http://www.moodys.com.
About the Organizer:
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), headquartered in Philadelphia, serves and advances the disciplines of applied mathematics and computational science by publishing a variety of books and prestigious peer-reviewed research journals, by conducting conferences, and by hosting activity groups in various areas of mathematics. It is an international society of over 13,000 applied and computational mathematicians and computer scientists, as well as other scientists and engineers. Members are researchers, educators, students, and practitioners from 90 countries working in industry, government, laboratories, and academia. The Society, which also includes nearly 500 academic and corporate institutional members, SIAM provides many opportunities for students including regional sections and student chapters. Further information is available at http://www.siam.org.
CamRanger LLC is pleased to announce a firmware update for the award winning CamRanger. The newest update allows the photographer or videographer to simultaneously broadcast images or live feed to multiple iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Mac or Windows computers. The CamRanger allows advanced wireless camera control of over three dozen Canon DSLR and Nikon DSLR cameras and wireless tethering to an iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac or Windows computer, including the option of wireless shooting into Lightroom. The CamRanger provides advanced remote control of the Canon or Nikon DSLR camera including changing settings, touch focus, remote live view, setting up advanced bracketing, intervalometer (time-lapse), automatic focus stacking, movie recording, as well as rating, comparing and viewing images.
The firmware update for the CamRanger allows the photographer to take photos from either the camera or from an iPad (or iPhone, Android device, Mac or Windows computer) and have clients, directors, colleagues, or students view the images or live feed from their own device using the “CamRanger Share” application which is specific for each platform. If the photographer or videographer has watermarks turned on then the person using the CamRanger Share app will see watermarks as well on their own device. Dave Pawlowski, lead developer, states, “We are pleased to provide the sharing feature to our customers as it will be a great help to photographers in the studio and classroom.”
In addition to adding the ability to share images the firmware update allows the photographer to bridge into an existing WiFi network. The CamRanger creates its own WiFi network, but if the photographer wants to bridge into a network to extend the WiFi range, or post images to the Internet or FTP server immediately, then this feature gives the photographer this option.
The CamRanger firmware update is available for no additional charge at CamRanger.com. The associated software is found at CamRanger.com. The CamRanger retails for $ 299.99 and is designed, developed and supported in the USA.
The cameras compatible with the CamRanger:
Canon: SL1, Xsi, T1i, T2i, T3i, T4i, T5i, 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 6D, 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 1D Mark III, 1DS Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1Dx, 1DC
Nikon: D5000, D5100, D5200, D90, D7000, D7100, D300, D300S, D700, D600, D610, D800, D800E, D3, D3s, D3x, D4
The devices compatible with the CamRanger:
iOS: iPad 1 and newer (including iPad mini), iPhone 3GS and newer, and iPod Touch 3rd generation and newer (download at the iTunes app store)
Android: 3.2 software and up (download at the Google Play store)
Kindle: Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX (download from Amazon App store)
Mac OSX: 10.7 and 10.8 OS (download at CamRanger.com)
Windows: Windows 7 and 8 OS (download at CamRanger.com)
CamRanger LLC is a company specializing in wireless camera tethering software and hardware. The CamRanger is a recipient of the prestigious TIPA Awards, Hot One Awards, Digital Photographer Editors Choice, Digital Photo Gear of the Year Best Camera Accessory. The co-founders, a husband and wife team, enjoy photography as a hobby and have prior mobile development experience. CamRanger LLC is the merging of these two fields as the iPad and Android tablets, with large high-resolution screens, provide an excellent opportunity for improving, simplifying, and enjoying photography. The CamRanger has patents pending. For more information, please visit CamRanger.com.
Copyright (C) 2014 CamRanger LLC. All Rights Reserved. Patents Pending. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Android is a registered trademark of Google in the U.S. and/or other countries. Kindle is a registered trademark of Amazon in the U.S. and/or other countries.
“American dissent is not descending,” opened Ew Publishing’s Bryan W. Brickner, “rather, it’s one of America’s highest virtues.”
In Veterans Day: American Dissent and Muhammad Ali ~ An Abens Review on the Bryan William Brickner Blog, author William Abens takes a good look at dissent via the movie Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight. Abens, part of the pen name Publius used for The Cannabis Papers: A citizen’s guide to cannabinoids (2011), notes the Supreme Court technical victory Ali achieved – while also becoming a voice of dissent in troubling and turbulent times.
“Whatever being an American veteran means,” Brickner observed, “the discussion always centers around the flag and our freedoms, our liberties.”
Brickner, publisher of The Cannabis Papers, a book banned in 2012 by the Illinois Department of Corrections, drew comparisons between Ali’s religious freedom fight and Publius’ forays; for example, Julie Falco’s dissenting amygdala (essay 30) and Dianna Lynn Meyer’s recalcitrant drug-testing of professionalism (essay 19). Abens contributed a dissenting essay as well, number 21: “Hi, my name is Publius and I’ve been an alcoholic since 1972.”
“With Muhammad Ali and William Abens,” continued Brickner, “you have two Americans who were born into an ill-fitted world. With Ali it was the draft or religious freedom; with Abens it was alcohol or his life.”
“Dissenting voices are a Spirit of ’76 virtue,” closed Brickner, “and veterans tend to honor and defend that spirit and tradition: you know, those things that make us Americans.”
The Bryan William Brickner Blog is a collection of published works and press coverage and an ongoing resource for the political science of constitutions and the biological science of receptors.
Tomorrow, 11 November, Ew Publishing’s Veterans Day run wraps-up with Robert E. Lee’s Nemesis, the Gallant Fourteenth.
The Cannabis Papers is available at online retailers and for free by download.
Sky Player, the place to watch Sky TV online, already offers access to the largest selection of online movies to watch on-demand in the UK. In addition to the 500+ movies available free of charge to Sky Movies subscribers, all Sky subscribers can use Sky Player to rent the most recent blockbuster titles (through Sky Box Office) and special interest titles (through Sky Box Office World) on a pay per view basis.
However, to help movies fans get even more from Sky Player, Sky is reducing the price for premium Sky Box Office and Sky Box Office World titles from £3.99 (Euro 5.75) to £3.50 (Euro 4.50), and introducing a new, lower price point of £2.50 to rent older titles.
Current and upcoming movies available to watch online on Sky Box Office include Jumper, 10,000 BC and What Happens in Vegas.
Sky Box Office World offers Bollywood movies, Eastern Action, World Festival and Cinema Europa titles, and many are exclusive to Sky Player. Examples include The Diving Bell & The Butterfly, Once Upon A Time In China, and Lust, Caution.
Sky Movies customers can access over 500 movies online from the Sky Movies schedules, to view as many titles as they want free of charge. Current titles available for download include The Simpsons Movie, Vacancy and Die Hard 4.0.
Though Sky Box Office, customers are able to store rental movies on their PCs or laptops for 7 days, and watch them as often as they like within a 48 hours period. There’s no limit on the number of subscription titles which can be downloaded or watched online instantly at Sky Player – all in near-DVD quality. And all subscription movies titles can be stored and viewed for up to 30 days.
Griff Parry, Director of OnDemand, BSkyB, comments: “SkyPlayer offers Sky customers even more value from their core Sky TV subscription, delivering increased flexibility in the way they consume TV. Sky Movies customers love being able to liberate their movies from the TV screen by downloading titles to their PCs and are doing so in ever increasing numbers. But in lowering the cost of pay-per-view titles via Sky Box Office, we are hoping that all Sky Player customers see even more value through the service, particularly as they access the best in World Cinema alongside the biggest and best Hollywood classics.”
Sky Player is the destination for watching TV online, whether streamed or downloaded. In addition to offering content from all Sky channels, Sky also works with other channel brands to offer a rich and diverse selection of online TV content. Hundreds of thousands of customers have already used Sky Player to download their favourite TV series, documentaries and countless other pieces of content from Sky Player, including over 3 million movie downloads.
Nov. 5, 2014 – Chute, a visual marketing automation company, today announced their Brand Advocate Suite, which includes tools designed to empower and activate employees, street teams and brand ambassadors to easily and securely share rights-cleared photos and videos directly with a company before being published. This opens up a largely untapped source of authentic content, capturing the interactions between brand and consumer, whether in-store, at a live event or from a breaking news story to either use as inspiration or to publish on the brand’s website, online store, social channels and ads. Additionally, Chute and Ditto Labs announced an industry-first partnership, which will provide brands and publishers with a robust solution for discovering consumer photos via computer vision for brand image recognition in addition to hashtags.
“Employees know your brand the best. They are the face of the company, at the front lines, directly interacting with customers both in-person and online. But until now, this incredible window into your customers’ experience with your brand was largely cut off from brand marketers,” said Ranvir Gujral, CEO and co-founder, Chute. “Our Brand Advocate Suite removes any barriers for employees and ambassadors to share special moments from their daily routines to help fuel a brands’ visual communication strategy.”
In a study of 500 employees working for consumer brands, 74% state they feel personally connected to the brand they work for, but less than half follow their employer on social media platforms and only 45% have ever shared anything about their employer there. The discrepancy comes from two primary reasons: 51% don’t want to mix their personal social feeds with work and 38% are worried they would get into trouble if they shared something about their employer on social media. Of those, 64% said they would use an internal app, which allows them to share photos directly with their employer before being published.
Chute’s Brand Advocate Suite
Every brand and publisher has hundreds, if not thousands, of potential content creators on its payroll. The suite is designed to unlock this resource in a way that is safe and comfortable for both brand and employee. The suite includes:
Chute Capture App: A mobile photo app, available today for iOS and Android, fully customizable to adhere to brand guidelines and the desired goals and outcomes of the organization. The app is then shared with employees to take photos and gather important details about the people in the photos, including their permission to use the content. All of this information is automatically sent to the organization’s personal Chute admin panel, where the content can be moderated and published by the marketing and/or editorial teams.
Whitelisting/Blacklisting Tool: This allows brands to curate content shared by a specific users, from top fans to employees to news staff. Blacklisting prevents specific users or competitors from infiltrating campaigns and feeds.
Age-gating Tool: For brands who wish to keep content submissions to 18+ or 21+ fans, Chute’s age-gating tools make it easy by pulling from followers already authenticated as above a certain age or by adding another layer of protection to verify age on landing pages.
Chute and Ditto
The partnership between Chute and Ditto creates an unprecedented discovery tool for consumer photos containing hashtags and those without, with Ditto’s unique image recognition solution. These authentic customer photos become actionable by flowing into Chute’s platform, where they can be organized, moderated, rights-cleared and ultimately published on websites, social channels, online stores, and ads.
Chute helps brands turn visual content into engagement and actionable insights. Curate the best photos and videos from fans, obtain permission to use their content, gain valuable insights about your influencers and publish authentic visual media everywhere – from billboards to banner ads and everything in between. Chute works with some of the world’s biggest brands and publishers including Ann Taylor, Atlantic Records, Benefit Cosmetics, NBCUniversal, Turner, Condé Nast, the NBA, New York Times and Nike. For more information, visit http://www.getchute.com.
About Ditto Labs
Ditto Labs is an award-winning image recognition company that uses hundreds of cloud-based servers to identify brands and products in the torrent of social media photos. Ditto’s tools help the world’s most innovative brands monitor trends, and act on the new signal of consumer affinity revealed in photos. Digital marketers use Ditto to learn how people are using products, measure their visual voice versus competitors, build influencer programs and target ads in social media. See a live feed of the top brands people are sharing now at streamditto.com.
PortableApps.com, the world’s leading portable software provider, has released their new portable software suite, the PortableApps.com Platform 10.0. PortableApps.com’s award-winning software allows users to carry their entire computer experience with them. Users can install their favorite software like LibreOffice, Google Chrome, Skype, uTorrent, Foxit and more right to their portable drive and use it on every PC they plug into. The PortableApps.com Platform is available for immediate release from http://portableapps.com/download
This new release adds a complete portable app store, letting users choose from hundreds of free applications, as well as an improved automatic app updater and dozens of custom themes, letting users customize their experience. Additional features like find-as-you-type search, automatic folders and a system that learns what apps you like also improve the experience.
With the new release, PortableApps.com is now inviting open source, freeware and commercial software publishers to make their software available in PortableApps.com Format. PortableApps.com Format is a an open source, standardized format for portable software. Publishers and users can make software portable for free using the tools available at http://portableapps.com/development
PortableApps.com is the world’s most popular portable software solution allowing users take their favorite software with them. A fully open source and free platform, it works on any portable storage device (USB flash drive, iPod, memory card, portable hard drive, etc) or cloud drive and lets users carry their favorite desktop software with them and use it on any computer. With millions of users all over the world and a full collection of open source software as well as freeware and commercial software and partners in the software and hardware industry, PortableApps.com is the most complete solution for life on the go.
Portableapps.com is not affiliated with Skype. Skype is a trademark of Skype Technologies SA. Google and Chrome are trademarks of Google, Inc. µTorrent is a trademark of BitTorrent, Inc. Portableapps.com is not affiliated with Google or BitTorrent. Foxit is a trademark of Foxit Corporation
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