WooMe and Orgoo launch at TechCrunch40

September 19th, 2007 |
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Online speed dating? Indeed. And WooMe, a San Francisco start-up, is hoping it’s big business. The company launched at the TechCrunch40 conference this week, along with Orgoo, a service that lets users merge all their email and IM accounts into one dashboard. In this video, WooMe’s Stephen Stokols explains to the San Jose Mercury News how WooMe will “revolutionize the way that people will meet.” And Orgoo CEO Michael Kantor explains how Orgoo’s “communications cockpit” is a must-have for communication junkies and multitaskers. We start with WooMe and then jump to Orgoo at about the 9:30 mark. To see more TechCrunch40 videos, visit http://video.mercurynews.com.

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