Episode: CocoaRadio @ Macworld with Jambo Networks


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CocoaRadio @ Macworld with Jambo Networks

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While there are several ways to network with friends online or via mobile, Jambo Networks offers a twist they promote as "affinityCrjy meets proximity." It does required a WiFi connection to work but that's OK in a targeted market: conferences; where everyone is busy working the backchannel anyway. Jim Young and Charles Ribaudo,  co-founders, have a great story of serendipity in starting Jambo; which means hello in Swahili incidentally. Ain't that cute!

Really though, it's inspirational to see the variety of people producing innovative solutions with WiFi networks, proximity and of course Cocoa.

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