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PhoneGnome participatory marketing challenge

December 3, 2009
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PhoneGnome participatory marketing challenge

It’s been over 4 years since PhoneGnome’s initial release.  It has evolved a great deal over that time and I’ve learned a lot. Over on the PhoneGnome blog, we look at where it is, and where to go from here: http://www.phonegnome.com/blog/2009/12/02/phonegnome-participatory-marketing-challenge/

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Amen to Michael Robertson in note to Skype

September 19, 2008
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Andy refers us to a letter Michael Robertson (CEO of Gizmo) sent to Chris Libertelli at Skype.  In part, it says: [in regards to Skype demanding that wireless companies open their networks], Skype’s actions do not mirror their words to the commission which diminishes credibility for Skype to demand openness. … It appears that when…

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PhoneGnome for iPhone and stats released

February 1, 2008
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PhoneGnome launched iPhoneGnome, for using PhoneGnome on your Apple iPhone. The dialer leverages technology from friend Marcelo Rodriguez’s RingFree project, another very cool free service that also lets you use PhoneGnome on your iPhone. PhoneGnome also put out some interesting stats on real-world usage by PhoneGnome users, showing a steady increase in on-net (pure IP…

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The Gnome is out of the bag

July 17, 2005
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The Gnome is out of the bag

Although the formal press release launching the company doesn’t come out until Tuesday July 19, I’ve been scooped! So the PhoneGnome project is now a public affair. It is an upgrade vs. switch approach to VoIP that tries to combine the best of Vonage-like VoIP (inexpensive calling to any phone using normal phone numbers and…

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