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Sportner Live

September 18th, 2007 by jeremychone | 2 Comments »

We published the first version of Sportner. Check it out at www.sportner.com.

Today, it is exclusively on Facebook and the main feature is to build your sports profile and to add/rank your sports friends. Cool things are coming down the pipe… install, have fun, and let us know what you think.

Feel free to send us feedback/reviews on the Sportner’s Facebook Application Page.

Sportner: The Making Of

June 8th, 2007 by jeremychone | Comments Off

We are out of stealth mode, and decided to go anti-stealth mode.

Check out The Making Of Sportner

Startup in Stealth Mode

May 2nd, 2007 by jeremychone | 3 Comments »

We are working on a very cool project (new Consumer Web service).

Want to be part of a startup … from the start? Want to see your ideas implemented? Love to design simple and powerful user interfaces? Or love to code highly scalable and flexible internet services?

(Bay Area/San Francisco)

Feel free to shoot an email at jeremy.chone@gmail.com

Buzzpad 2.0 (Beta)

January 4th, 2006 by jeremychone | 16 Comments »

I am sometimes among those who use too many buzzwords, and consequently get some grief about it. However, I think I have a valid excuse. A few months ago, realizing that there was no way to escape buzzwords in this industry, I built myself the following "Buzzpad". It is growing on me, probably a little too much.

Buzzpad 2.0b

To pre-order the Buzzpad 2.0 (BETA), just digg-it.

Buzzpad 2.0 (BETA)

  • USB 2.0: For high-speed buzzwords transfer.
  • Windows, Linux, Mac: For cross-platform buzzing.
  • 2.0 Lock: Automatically adds the "2.0" to any appropriate technology words (e.g. Web 2.0, Identity 2.0, Internet 2.0).


Once I get funding, I am planning to work on Buzzpad 2.0.1 (BETA), which will have the following:

  • Microsoft Office "Smart" tag integration: Will vibrate when a buzzword could be added.
  • Blog Integration: With an "OFF" button to prevent users from entering a buzzword when commenting or blogging.
  • Bluetooth: To extend the Buzzpad to mobile phones and other mobile devices (for pervasive buzzing).

Support this project by digging it up.