2007/02/10

Jangl, community, Internets

I'm hanging out at the Community Next conference at Stanford this afternoon.  A couple of quick takes:

Jangl provides control over who can call you; put a widget on your web page and people can call you but not get your real phone number.  And Jangl lets you control who actually gets through.  Really a feature that the cell phone companies should provide but don't -- so if Jangl is successful, will the telecoms just copy it?

Also, from skinnyCorp:
Image from AOL Pictures

(Don't you just ask people to roll coins through the tubes?)

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