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April 07, 2007

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Adrian

I am definitely very curious to know what the criteria was for the selection of these companies. I entered my site and the application simply asked for a URL, nothing else. Perhaps there was a phased approach to the selection process..

But, back to the criteria, I am thinking many things:
-most potential to IPO
-capture an emerging trend
-extrapolating and unexplored niche
-most imaginative
-most potential to be a fad

Shai, what was being sought? In the June 2006 Red Herring competition the software finalists were Itemfeld, Zend and Beinsync:
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2006_June_19/ai_n16485467
and Alex Vieux made the criteria clear.

Pini

The G.ho.st presentor was very professional and the presentation itself was neat and well done.
Nevertheless I realy can not understand what is the difference between this company and other network computing companies. The network computing concept has been around for many years. This is the playground of the big companies such as Google, Sun and others. In addition I don't see any technology barier.

Pini

The G.ho.st presentor was very professional and the presentation itself was neat and well done.
Nevertheless I realy can not understand what is the difference between this company and other network computing companies. The network computing concept has been around for many years. This is the playground of the big companies such as Google, Sun and others. In addition I don't see any technology barier.

hahaha

hey pini you must be a kidding! a web2.o its not a flash. save your money, dont be idiot!

http://www.atoolo.com/public/ <<< this a real web 2.0 great work, not a not a flash demo. hahahaha

hmmm

This "Telecut" company is just a copy of "Hatzi Heshbon":
http://www.h-h.co.il/home.html

"Hatzi Heshbon" is already several years on the market. Don't you do at least elementary due diligence of your start-ups ?

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