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Prismatic: Hoping to Succeed Where Other News Aggregators Have Failed

Want news that relevant to you? Want it delivered direct to your smartphone? You’d better check out startup news aggregator Prismatic. This is one company that seem to have rewritten the rulebook when it comes to online news and could provide some great opportunities for those looking for media jobs. By attracting the crème de la crème of the NLP/Machine Learning PhDs, Prismatic claims to be able to harness the power of social media and some clever distribution to give consumers a better way of accessing content online. According to Prismatic founder Bradford Cross, his company offers a service that lies somewhere between an RSS feed and Twitter and ends up providing the same kind of service offered by newspapers only with a wider range of sources. Cross said: “It’s not just about personalization… it’s about how media is consumed now. In the old days, you could just go to the New York Times and get all your news, or whatever. But that’s not the case any more, and it will likely never be the case again. The news is all distributed now, to a thousand different places.” In order to make sure Prismatic remains at the top of its…

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BarrettSF – a fledgling ad shop with veteran talent

BarrettSF – a fledgling ad shop with veteran talent advertising account executive

The family of online advertising agencies has an additional member this month, with the launch of fledgling ad shop barrettSF. Aspiring art directors, copywriters and account managers may feel stirred into striking out on their own after hearing the San Francisco startup’s story. It’s the brainchild of veteran creative leader Jamie Barrett, who until recently was a partner and executive creative director at Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, and his erstwhile Goodby buddy, Patrick Kelly. Barrett’s 27 year long career has won him accolades for his work on the NBA, Comcast and Nike. 2011 saw him hit his tenth year with Goodby. He also turned 50 years of age. Barrett explained, “Those two things made me go, ‘I’ve got another big chapter in me, and what’s that going to be?’” The rise of new small ad shops He and Kelly are but one of a stream of creative leaders that have walked away from established agencies in the last two years to start new ad shops of their own. Other prominent names include Alex Bogusky, Gerry Graf and Ty Montague, each of whom, like Barrett, had reached an age where they could tap into an abundance of experience to launch their…

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What does SoPost Mean for the Future of Mail Delivery?

How many times have you ordered something online, only to miss the delivery? According to the founders of the latest app on the block, SoPost, failed first-time deliveries have direct costs of almost £1 billion in the UK alone and this issue is something the London-based start up is hoping to address, if you’ll pardon the pun. This latest app is something those on the lookout for media jobs won’t want to be without – after all, you don’t want to miss that interview date or job offer. By mapping social IDs like Twitter handles, Facebook names, phone numbers and email addresses SoPost aims to link these with physical addresses so packages will always find you, whether you’re at work, at home, or at Mom’s. The service can also be used to send gifts to friends using nothing more than a Twitter username or a Facebook ID. What is it Exactly? SoPost founder Jonathan Grubin explains: “An address should be where you are, or where you want things to be sent, rather than the last postcode somebody has for you. “SoPost is about turning the things that we know and that rarely change – like our social IDs and email…

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Resultly – Heralding the Advent of Web 3.0?

Want to search for media jobs quickly, without being bombarded with ads and irrelevant information? You’d better try Resultly. Imagine the scene: you’re sat at your laptop searching for information on the latest iPhone or you’re on the hunt for a new job. You want user reviews, features and prices; openings, company information or employee information, but first you have to sift through endless content that’s entirely irrelevant. This was the scenario that Resultly founder Ilya Berak found himself in late one night as he researched the latest technology. Berak explains: “I went to Google search like everyone else in the world, and looked up ‘specs on the Xoom’, but I didn’t find what I was looking for on the first page, plus I had to spend too much time typing more and more refined searches, including negative keywords to suppress the results I didn’t want, and clicking and pointing repeatedly, digging for the information.” Subsequent searches on Twitter, Craigslist, eBay and Digg proved equally frustrating and the whole exercise had taken him hours. This exasperating experience led to the birth of Resultly, an alerts engine that aims to take the pain out of Internet searches. Resultly – the Claims…

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After Hashable, LinkedIn’s CardMunch Could Be the Next Big Networking Tool.

Something has got the business world talking. Something that could see the rolodex consigned to the trash can once and for all. That thing is CardMunch, a startup that aims to take over where Hashable left off. Anyone working media jobs or within the tech world generally will no doubt have heard of CardMunch already. This nifty little app claims to do away with paper business cards once and for all by converting their printed content into digital information using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. All you need to do is take a snapshot of the card and CardMunch will do the rest. Perhaps the biggest coup for CardMunch though has been its acquisition by LinkedIn, which allows it to access the information of LinkedIn members. This means that when you snap or ‘munch’ a new card, CardMunch will pull that person’s contact and employment details, and even any shared contacts, straight in from LinkedIn. The app even keeps the photo of the card as a backup and will file contact automatically in an alphabetical list. Neat huh? A match made in heaven, CardMunch was bought by the networking giant for $2.4 million and now has access to its 150 million users,…

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