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Gist – My Cerebrum Communicator

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Yesterday Gist announced that we led a $6.5m Series A financing.   Gist is right in the cross section of our email theme and our implicit web theme.  To better understand this, spend three minutes and watch the video below that explains the cerebrum communicator.

I first met T.A. McCann, the founder/CEO of Gist, at the Defrag Conference.  We helped Eric Norlin create Defrag because we wanted to go hang out with a bunch of smart people and talk / learn about the Implicit Web.  At the beginning of Defrag last fall, T.A. sent me a tweet that he was looking for a running partner during the conference. We ran both days, sweated together, and got to know each other.  I started playing around with Gist shortly thereafter and was immediately hooked.

I look forward to having the Internet directly connected to my brain.  Until then I’ll settle for Gist.  In the mean time, is anyone up for a run at the Glue Conference next week?

  • BradNickel

    And you will be posting beta invites…. when?

  • http://www.dealhorizon.com John Sharp

    Thank God the clip stopped there… clearly, the Oscar for overwrought facial expressions for that year went to James Coburn…

  • Kelly Taylor

    I'm in for a run, lemme know if you want me to put together a loop or if you have something in mind. Cheers, kt

  • Rick Cobb

    Brad,

    Speaking of hooking your brain directly to the Internet, saw an interesting article today:

    http://www.utne.com/Science-Technology/Is-Digital

    Rick

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  • http://www.chinese-sprockets.com sprocket

    sprocketsThank God the clip stopped there… clearly, the Oscar for overwrought facial expressions for that year went to James Coburn…

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