Monthly Archives: November 2010

people’s choice for mobile

Last night Mightyverse participated in Women 2.0 PITCH as a finalist in the mobile track. 150 startup companies applied and 9 were chosen, 3 each in mobile, clean tech and web. Being chosen as a finalist and preparing our 7 minute pitch was a great experience.

The judges had great questions and it was good to get both formal feedback from the judges and informal feedback from many attendees who we spoke with at the event. We were pleased at the outpouring of twitter love and were excited to win the “people’s choice” award! Here’s a video of the fabulous Shaherose of Women 2.0 announcing Mightyverse as a winner:

Many thanks to Aihui Ong and all of the volunteers who made this wonderful event possible.

Ty finds Good Coffee in Tokyo

One of our early use case tests with Mightyverse was on a trip to Tokyo with Ty Roberts of Sony. We prepared a list of phrases specifically for Ty and then Glen took video of Ty using his PhrasePack to see if he could find a good cup of coffee in Tokyo. Ty doesn’t speak much Japanese, but is the kind of adventurous traveler who is excited to engage with local folks who don’t speak his language. Let’s go grab a cup of coffee!