We received an email from Tony Perkins last Friday letting us know that AlwaysOn chose Sphere as one of the top 100 emerging media companies that are disrupting user behavior and creating new opportunities in marketing, advertising and branding. It’s our first award and I have to say it feels good to see our efforts recognized :) It’s especially nice to be recognized alongside so many company’s that we gawk at for having developed really innovative technology. Congratulations to the entire Sphere team for this award.
January 23, 2008
January 19, 2008
Congrats to the Automattic gang for being recognized last night at the Crunchies. Matt accepted the “Most likely to Succeed” reward for WordPress and Toni was named “Best CEO for a Start-up “. You can see the full list of winners over at TechCrunch.
Toni and Matt sporting their new hardware :)
September 19, 2007
August 30, 2007
Congrats to OM who was named one of the 50 Most Influential INDIAN Americans by Rediff.com. GigaOM is a Sphere Related Content partner and one of the brightest minds we have the pleasure to dialog with about Media. Om has been a tech journalist since moving to the U.S., writing for high profile publications like Business 2.0, Red Herring and The Wall Street Journal.
August 6, 2007
Here is your chance to help us win $50 or a Magical Growing Hatching Egg Plant!!!!!!! Please vote for Sphere at Blog Interviewer – click here :)
*hat tip to Matt Mullenweg and his iPhone camera.
June 8, 2007
If you haven’t checked out Richard MacManus’s / ReadWriteWeb’s new blog , Alt Search Engines (edited by Charles Knight), it’s a great read if you’re interested in staying on top of emerging search engine services.
I’m a big fan of Richard and ReadWriteWeb (a Sphere Related Content partner) and this new site is very informative and an excellent daily must read for our team. We’re even more pleased to be listed as a top 100 site, very cool.
November 7, 2006
The last bit of big news is that we’ve been selected to demo the contextual widget at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. This is a real coup as it’s invitation only to a very limited and select group of companies. You can read more about the Launch Pad session at Web 2.0 where we get to show off our widget wares.