Archive for April, 2009

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FluidSurveys is CLF2.0 Compliant

April 17, 2009


As you all know, at Chide.it we’ve been working on FluidSurveys.com (online survey software) for a while. It’s been quite successful in that we’ve gotten a fairly large user base of people who use the software frequently and have provided us with great feedback.

Sometime last year, a good friend suggested that we roll out an enterprise version of the software that is more robust, secure, and feature rich. We decided to give this a shot. As we were developing the software, a number of government departments heard about this enterprise class survey software being developed locally in Ottawa, Canada and they gave us the challenge of making sure that it is CLF2.0 compliant. We knew it wouldn’t be easy, but we took on the challenge and we’re now proud to announce that the enterprise edition of FluidSurveys is now CLF2.0 Compliant. This is a big milestone for us and I’m very proud of our team for making this a possibility.

We’re now happy to say that the enterprise software is being adopted rapidly accross federal and provincial governments, colleges, universities, and market research companies. It’s great news and I thought I’d share it with all readers of this blog 🙂

If you’d like a demo of CLF2.0 Compliant surveys, please check out this page on the Chide.it website.

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Geni.com – Your Family Tree

April 13, 2009

Geni.com does a good job of allowing you to very easily create a family tree. It’s nice because you start adding members of your family and if you add their email addresses, they will be notified. Once they are notified, they can log in and make changes to the family tree and add more details. Of course, the number 1 concern here is privacy. The good news is that Geni has lots of privacy settings.

As far as I know, the company has raised more than $10 million dollars in VC money. I know that they make some money off of selling premium accounts but I’m not sure if that business model will be enough to make them nicely profitable… maybe I’m missing something…

All in all, great website. Try it out!

Aydin.

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Gangster Sean John Suit

April 13, 2009

This week, SuitUpp is back to Sean John. I can’t help but look at this and think that this is something that a mobster would wear… but, that’s just me.