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Bungee Connect Opens to Beta Developers

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Last night, from a hotel room in Sunnyvale, Alex, Brad, Lyle and I hit the send button on a small run of emails inviting our first wave of beta testers into Bungee Connect.

Meanwhile, the Bungee Labs website became the first Bungee-powered application ever rolled into production, becoming the first proof-point of our intrepid CTO’s grand vision.

High fives and sighs of relief mixed with no small amount of anticipation as each of us received a test invite, thus confirming that the send was a success. Alex cued a Black-eyed Peas remix of a classic Dick Dale piece to celebrate.


3 Responses

  1. Ted, the Bungee site doesn’t seem to like Camino even though it is Firefox based.

  2. Ilan [2]: Thanks for the report. It’ll probably be way behind some other priorities for a bit, but I’ll get it on the list of stuff for us to watch out for. I didn’t realize that Camino was used by many techie types…and then, here you are. So, I have to think that maybe I have the wrong impression of who Camino is for.

    Come to think of it, my friend, this indicates that you are using MacOSX now?! I can’t believe you, Mr. I-started-one-of-the-biggest-fully-independent-annual-community-Linux-events-out-there! What on Earth is wrong with you?

    –Ted (This response was typed in on a Firefox browser on a coreduo MacBookPro. Seriously, though, Ilan, I’ll get it on the list.)

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