The Travel Startup Blog

Monday, March 31, 2008

LA Networking, Tech Scene Growing in Southern California

So it was a real busy week meeting Angels, VCs, and lots of other tech startups. The week was packed with DigitalLA on Wednesday, Dealmaker LA on Thursday, Community Next Twiistup party on Friday, Community Next Conference on Saturday, and closing out with MashMeet LA 2.0 Saturday night. How the heck are startups supposed to be doing any work, with so much schmoozing going on? I guess it just means more burning the midnight oil to make up for it. Anyways the events were actually really good, and its nice to see the tech startup scene (even if we are on the outskirts down here in San Diego) starting to become more cohesive. Building relationships with investors and other startups right now is a big focus, and last week was very productive in that regard. Anyways, looks like the networking events, in LA/SD, are dying down in the next couple of weeks, so its time for us to plug head strong back into the coding dungeon.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

MySpace Travel Application Released!

We have been hard at work over here trying to get our Myspace Applications ready by the time the Myspace was ready for them. Well today that time has come and while we have 3 applications ready to roll only one of them made it through. That being said it is probably good fortune what we had one application make it as many developers have not gotten a single application approved.

Basically our application is a map where you can type in the countries you have been to and you get to show everyone who visits your myspace page where you have been (its more detailed, but that is a simplified version of our application). I hope you add the application to your Myspace page, you will find it available here.

Here is a sample of what it looks like (and yes this is my travel map)!

 
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