TechCrunch peeks into Picaboo

I was at Picaboo last week and Michael Arrington picks up on that and does a full review of their software. I just emailed all the evangelists at Microsoft and told them that TechCrunch is a “must read.” He’s covering everything hot in the industry, particularly in the Web 2.0 industry. I really like Picaboo. They are a Silicon Valley startup but aren’t afraid to tell the rest of the hype machine to sit down and be quiet. Gasp. Installable software from Silicon Valley using .NET? Funded by Kleiner Perkins? Who’d a thunk it?

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Robert Scoble

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