edgeio is always on the lookout for talented individuals to join our team; however, there are two openings which have risen to the top of our priority list. If these sound like a good match for you, please email us at email@example.com. Ruby Engineer We are looking for an experienced Ruby engineer to join our […]
We are announcing support for YouTube, Google Video, Skype and PayPal on edgeio. I have been having great fun playing with my new Sanyo Xacti HD-1 camera. The screen shot below shows an edgeio posting that contains a YouTube video (Google Video works also). The real listing is here. As of today you can come […]
Later tonight we will be releasing a new version of the edgeio web site. It has a number of new features that we are really excited about. The new site should go live sometime after midnight Pacific time. 1. The ability to post an item for sale directly onto the edgeio web site. No blog […]
We formally launched edgeio at PC Forum today. PC Forum is attended by many technologists, ceo’s, journalists and venture capitalists. Here is a 2 minute informercial Mike gave to the crowd, ahead of a full 50 minute presentation/demo at 2.15pm.
edgeio has a number of product releases due to happen over the next 2 weeks or so. As we discussed in a couple of places, edgeio was launched with a set of features specifically designed for bloggers who are familiar with tagging, and with ping servers. Some have said (correctly) that this is too narrow […]
About a year ago, Keith and Mike introduced me to the idea building a classified listings system around content generated by edge publishers. I had worked with Mike and Keith at RealNames and was intrigued by the idea of giving individuals and businesses the opportunity to list content using their own websites rather than ceding […]
A nice thing to see on day one. Developers figuring out cool things to do with edgeio. I spotted this post: Use ZapTXT with Edgeio The much anticipated Edgeio launched today. It’s an interesting service that allows anyone to publish content through their site. The site constantly monitors RSS enabled sites and publishes posts with […]
Just a heads up to those of you who have been helping us during the preview phase of edgeio. Tonight (Sunday 26 Febrary 2006) at midnight Pacific time we removed the password from edgeio and it is available, worldwide, for all users. Om Malik was the first to post about this. If you were part […]