Tag Archives: Found Line

Project Retrospective

When Peak Organic Brewing Company started in 2005 they asked us create their website (yes, it’s a table-based layout — this was 2005, get over it). When it launched the website included (and still includes as of this writing) the ability for you to “share your peak experience” with other users of the website by […]

Tagnabit Launched!

Last night we announced the launch of tagnabit, a social media aggregator. It’s “a service that aggregates tags from popular social media websites. It is useful for conferences or other events. Participants can use a shared tag across Twitter, Flickr, Technorati, YouTube and Delicious. Tagnabit then aggregates this content in one place.” The idea originally […]

Found Line on The Browser

Tomorrow night (Wednesday February 11th, 2009) Jason and I will be on Jonathan Butler’s new radio show, The Browser. We’ll be talking about Found Line, our work, free/open source software, and open standards. We’ll also talk a little bit about the Burlington, VT PHP Users Group. You can listen to the show at 6:00pm on […]

Found Line Capabilities

Our meetings with potential clients tend to be pretty informal. We’ve never done a “pitch” presentation to a prospective client. Taking care of our existing clients is more important to us than putting tons of effort into wooing new clients. This has worked well for us since the vast majority of our business has come […]

Happy Holidays

I want to wish everyone a happy holidays and a great new year! I don’t know about you, but this has been a very busy month for me. Hopefully you will have some time to relax and enjoy the holidays and prepare for a great 2009! On a side note, Found Line is looking to […]

GTalk Profile on ReadWriteWeb and NYTimes.com

GTalk Profile is a website we originally launched three years ago right after Google Talk itself was launched. The website was recently featured on ReadWriteWeb and syndicated to the NYTimes.com technology section. From the article: Google Talk is probably one of the few messaging clients that doesn’t have a way for you to interact with […]

Vermont 3.0 Thoughts

On Saturday Jason and I attended Vermont 3.0. We were interested in seeing what it was all about and see if it’s something we’d exhibit at in the future if we’re looking to hire. We walked the floor and had a chance to to talk with several people we know. First of all, I think […]

Vermont 3.0

Jason and I (from Found Line) will probably be stopping by Vermont 3.0 on Saturday. We’re not exhibiting but I’m curious to see what it’s all about. If you’re planning on being there then let me know. You can either comment on this blog entry or, if you’re own Twitter, send an @ reply (I […]

Found Line Software License

We recently made the strategic decision to license all software developed by Found Line under the New BSD License. This is a free/open source software license meaning that our clients will have the four freedoms as outlined by the Free Software Foundation. Basically, this means that clients are free “to run, copy, distribute, study, change […]

Google Customer Service?

My customer service experience with Google rivals my experience with Verizon Wireless for winner of the “worst customer support possible” award. Verizon Wireless would not let me pay them more money for a service with more minutes without forcing me into a contract. After many phone calls I finally got the privilege of spending more […]