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Seth Sternberg – Meebo

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One of the great joys of doing the web series This Week in VC every week is that I get to spend time with great people debating the issues of our day including how our industry is evolving as well as insights into how companies got started, got their initial traction and dealt with adversities.

TechZulu Partners with meebo!

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TechZulu is proud to announce that we are partnering with meebo! This partnership will bring you the great and wonderful meebo bar. The meebo bar brings some great sharing features to TechZulu. Also, with the meebo bar comes meebo chat.

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Google Cleaning Out Their Closets

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Google Talk Chatback a text chat widget for Web publishers allowed websites to embed a Google Talk widget so that they could engage with their visitors. The search giant encourages users to switch from the app to the web experience for the most web-wide improvements.


Envolve: Enabling Meaningful Conversation All Over The Web

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Envolve is a very early stage start-up company based out of San Francisco with a goal to enable meaningful conversation all over the web in real-time. Before we covered a TC50 company by the name of Stribe ( click here to read story ) and meebo has there own version known as the meebo bar.

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Off To SXSW, Our Schedule, And A Special Thanks

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is the leading live video site on the Web, enabling users to create real-time connections with others around the world. Meebo - Founded in 2005, Meebo enables real-time social interactions with instant messaging and group chat at and on partner sites across the Web. The time has come for us to say goodbye SoCal (temporarily of course) and HELLO Austin!

What the Past Can Tell Us About the Future of Social Networking

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What I want to answer with this post (long though it may be) is: Why did Web 2.0 Brands didn’t advertise their web pages they advertised “AOL Keywords.&# You couldn’t pick up a magazine in the 96-99 timeframe without seeing AOL Keywords advertised everywhere.

Interview with Michael Kantor, Orgoo


That sounds a lot like Meebo, but what we've done is combine interoperable IM with email. Everything we have built is web-based, and there isn't anything to download--you can access it from a computer anywhere.

Interview with Rob Farrow,


The firm recently relocated its headquarters from Hawaii, and we talked with Rob about why someone might need the service, how it's different from the scores of social networking sites on the web, and what problem it's trying to solve. What came to mind in the conversation was that there were a handful of pain points which were resonating with the community, running in parallel to a big movement around the open web. Meebo is another powerful site.