Billy Chasen can’t keep track of all the apps he’s made in the last two years since Turntable.fm, his once trendy social music startup, shut down for good.
There’s Halfie, for sending half-selfies to people with the goal of having someone else fill in the other half with their own. And Aska, for getting verified lawyers, doctors, carpenters, whoever to answer your random questions.
« What were the other ones we listed on there? » Chasen asks when I bring up his website listing « active projects » he’s working on. « Some of those may have already been sunsetted, » he says, using Silicon Valley’s elegant euphemism for failure. Read more…
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