Zoho: the office disrupters

Zoho. Never heard of it? You will. They were just named to PC World’s top 100 products of 2007 list and on Tuesday they released Zoho Notebook, an app that lets you take notes, record audio, and interact with people during meetings. Anyway, I just put up an interview with the CEO.

UPDATE: here’s a separate video where I get a demo of Zoho Notebook.

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How is Xbox Marketed?

On Monday I recorded a speech by Jeff Bell, Vice President of Global Marketing at Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business. You know, the Xbox folks. He’s a good speaker, gets a little “salesy” but gives lots of good detail in how they are marketing Xbox.

Oh, and someone whispered in my ear that there will be a new Zune this year. I was told to “think widescreen.” Hmmm.

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Zooomr to relaunch this afternoon?

I’m off to hang out with Kristopher Tate, founder of Zooomr. They are really close to turning on a major new version. Kristopher is on Ustream now live. So, at about 1 p.m. I’ll be on live too!

Zooomr is a small photo sharing site that’s getting a cult attraction. There were about 100 people watching Kristopher working when I showed up in his chat room.