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Month: April 2008

Webmission08 – Day 1: On flight to San Francisco

This is written on flight but posted after landing as there isn’t a mechanism to post this any other way, eventhough my shiny new mac is picking up a "Free WiFi Signal". According to the list of attendees, I am accompanied by 19 exceptional individuals (so called entrepreneurs) and 27 supporters which include organisers to  media including Tom Watson, representing the UK Government. Some of them are already in the US (Stewart from Sun Microsystems, Jack Fairhall from Kwiqq, etc). So here I am sitting next to two journalists, Ashley Noris, Founder of Shinymedia and Edie Lush of The Spectator…

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Calling VCs and Business Angels in San Francisco

My message posted on LinkedIn today… As part of webmission08, I will be in San Francisco from 19th to 25th April representing www.edocr.com, as the Founder and CEO. I am free on: 19th Sat – 17:30 to 18:30 20th Sun – anytime after 14:30 21st Mon – 15:30 to 18:00 22nd Tues – 15:30 to 18:00 and appreciate meeting potential investors and users. Please let me know if you are interested in meeting or knows anyone else who might be interested. edocr can be best described as: YouTube for Business Documents – document interactivity iTunes for Business Documents – monetise…

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My new mac

Influenced by the inner circle, I finally ditched my laptop for a shiny Macbook Pro with 5GB of RAM and 186GB of hard disk. Since last Thursday, I have been moving files and applications from old laptop to the Mac. I also installed VMWare as I intend to use best of Mac and Windows applications. Among those I am retaining is Outlook 2002, which is vital for development of my social network as it is the only e-mail application (as far as my knowledge goes) that links with Plaxo and LinkedIn. When all three are used together, I can find…

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edocr on CrunchBase and TradeVibes

edocr has been on CrunchBase run by TechCrunch since we first appeared on TechCrunch UK and US in October 2007. Here is a snap shot our profile. Do leave a comment if you happen to visit our page on CrunchBase. minimize CrunchBase Information edocr Website: www.edocr.com Location: Cheshire, United Kingdom Founded: April, 2007 edocr allows users to upload a .doc or .pdf document and then to download, share or embed it via a Flash interface on any website. No other forms of document are allowed. Learn More Information provided by CrunchBase TradeVibes goes beyond simply copying the information from your…

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Bruno’s e-invoicing Quarterly

Here is the latest e-invoicing quarterly from Bruno Koch of Billentis. It’s almost customary for me to review Bruno’s e-invoicing quarterly, but have decided against it this time. However, I might pick couple of stories from e-invoicing quarterly and blog about them separately. References: Billentis joins the growing edocr Community Review of Bruno’s latest e-invoicing Quarterly… Copy of Bruno’s e-invoicing Quarterly ExPP Summit #1 – Assembly of e-invoicing community ExPP Summit is almost upon us Bruno’s ExPP Summit in London – confirming my attendance ExPP Summit in London – major annual European e-invoicing/EIPP event e-invoicing projections from Billentis Bruno Koch…

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San Francisco – here comes Manoj

I spent most of last Friday at the US Embassy and happy to report receipt of my passport back yesterday with a new shiny US Visa. I am looking forward to my first visit across the pond. To coincide with webmission08 readiness programme, I also ordered my first Apple computer today (Macbook Pro with 4GB memory). I am looking forward to been less frustrated with my computer from tomorrow onwards. Talking about firsts, today Smith&SmithPR issued our first press release to a selected number of journalists. You can find a copy below: This is an old picture of the US…

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