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Interests: i am passionate about mobile 2.0 technologies and services. i am sharing my ideas and looking for partners in business development for a technology and media company to develop multimedia value added services on mobile platform in emerging and developing
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Jason I agree with your tenet. I think this is going to happen sooner than later!!
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Congratulation guys@!!
Soundtrckr on Boston Innovation today. Social and Geo coming strong and fast to the Internet radio world. Now in US, Canada and UK Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2010 at soundtrckr
This week on Music Think Tank, Brian John Mitchell starts off with his personal account of how music has changed with societal shifts. Chris Bracco lists the ten things bands can do to book more live shows. Ariel Hyatt gives her insights on posting the perfect press kit. Kyle Bylin continues exploring why fans file-share music. via Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 24, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtrckr it is speaking at Digital East 2010 today Continue reading
Posted Oct 18, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtracker is now following Bruce Houghton
Oct 8, 2010
Soundtracker added a favorite at hypebot
Oct 8, 2010
Soundtrckr, a free geosocial music service for smartphones and the web, has redesigned their site. Also, the service has launched their iPhone apps; they're now live in the US, Canada and the UK. Users can access over 8 million songs. With the app, users can create personal radio stations, listen to music with friends in real time, and geotag their favorite songs to their favorite places. via Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 8, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtrckr At Mobilize 2010 in San Francisco today. 3 big ideas on Location+social are celebrated. soundtrckr is one of them! Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtrckr CEO Daniele Calabrese has been hosted by Microsoft BizSpark Blog to talk about the new model for radio: Mobile, Social and Local Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2010 at soundtrckr
This week, in preparation for the Fall launch of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft invited Soundtrckr, Loopt, Ustream and 10 other startups to come out to Mountain View and work on our WP7 apps. Covering everything from coding and design to marketing and strategy, "Mobile Acceleration Week" kicked everyone's development process into high gear, and marked the official start of the countdown to launch. We're pretty psyched about the platform, and think you will be too. More news as development progresses... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtrckr 1.8 is now live in the iTunes App Store. Built for iOS 4, this update lets you run Soundtrckr in the background while you use other apps, and makes sure that you won’t drop songs when you move from wi-fi to 3G. There’s also a shorter delay time between tracks, plus miscellaneous bug fixes and performance improvements designed to make your listening experience as smooth and easy as possible. One of the big ideas behind Soundtrckr is bridging the gap between your personal music library and the content you stream from the cloud. Whether you’re at the desk or... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2010 at soundtrckr
Singer-songwriter, artist and all-around Renaissance man Bill Callahan is getting his Nick Cave on. His recently completed novel Letters to Emma Bowlcut will be released on July 20th through art-media powerhouse Drag City, publisher of Ian Svenonius' excellent 2006 essay collection The Psychic Soviet. Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2010 at soundtrckr
Here's Jonas Woost, former head of music at Check out his 5 minute breakdown on how smartphones and 32 satellites in medium Earth orbit are bringing music back to its local-ist roots: Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtracker has shared their blog Mobile in Emerging Markets: the Future is Now
May 27, 2010
A couple weeks ago web security guru Barrett Lyon published a great piece about Internet Protocol (IP). IP is basically the way the Internet works, a set of rules for communicating information from one machine to another. Lyon's argument - echoed by IP developer Vint Cerf - is that IP was and indeed still is an experiment, never intended to become "the infrastructure for all of society." Lyon offers a number of reasons for this conclusion, ranging from security and privacy to routing intelligence and "enculturation". It's a really interesting essay (and provides a great primer for tech journalist Joseph... Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2010 at soundtrckr
OK, so there is almost nothing to say about this record that hasn't been said on every website, radio station and late-night talk show on Earth, so we'll do the short version: The Rolling Stones' re-upped re-issue of Exile on Main St. is definitive and necessary, and the 10 additional tracks are just as good as everything on the original. Get this one, if you've got the extra riches. Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2010 at soundtrckr
So the diaspora* project pretty much blew up last week, getting press everywhere from tech blogs to the New York Times. In case you weren't paying attention, the basic plot is this: 4 NYU students decided to bunker down for the summer and build a decentralized, privacy-aware social network that's the spiritual antithesis of Facebook. They posted their plan on micro-financing site Kickstarter, asking for $10,000 and 3 months to get the job done. So far they've raised $181,866. :-o The students are Daniel Grippi, Maxwell Salzberg, Raphael Sofaer and Ilya Zhitomirskiy, and judging from this recent exchange with Luis... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2010 at soundtrckr
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Post-Hack Day Party @ Pier 38 this weekend! The music was great, the beer was strong, and the company was fascinating (you are all working on some amazing projects, we're very excited to see the results!) Extra thanks to Elissa, Paul and Matt @ The Echo Nest for co-sponsoring the event and for just being cool people in general, plus to Badmammal and Terbo Ted for providing the tunes, and to Kyle & crew for sorting out sound and lights. We hope you all had fun, and will definitely be doing more... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2010 at soundtrckr
Brian Prows of MobileBeyond published a nice piece about soundtrckr today, complete with an audio interview of founder/CEO Daniele Calabrese (and a choice photo of Daniele chilling out in his second home, which is a plane). Please enjoy, and thanks to Brian for the good words! Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2010 at soundtrckr
Digital Hollywood starts today in Santa Monica, CA. The conference and trade show focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology, and soundtrckr's own Daniele Calabrese will be speaking tomorrow afternoon along with Stephen Jackson, Jason Henderson, Michael Schade, Jennifer Cooper, and self-styled "Mayor of LA" Matt Story. The event will be live-streamed via ultralivetv and AT&T Intelligent Content Distribution. Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2010 at soundtrckr
On Wednesday, May 12, OpenMusicMedia Toronto will host a meetup and discussion on the intersection of music and location-based services. Keynote speaker, digital music veteran and OpenMusicMedia co-founder Jonas Woost will lead the crowd on a tour of Soundtrckr, Foursquare,, Songkick & more, examining their impact on artists, fans and advertisers. More details soon... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2010 at soundtrckr
Soundtrckr is presenting at Mobile Monday DC's "Navigating GeoSocial Applications" event, joining Brightkite and Skyhook Wireless to discuss the convergence of geolocation and social networking. We'll put up video as soon as it's available. Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2010 at soundtrckr