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Does anyone have an idea what Infogami -- http://infogami.com -- is making? Perhaps someone works with them, or has had a chance to talk to Aaron, perhaps on Startup School?
Berislav Lopac Send private email
Sunday, November 20, 2005
"Infogami is the Macintosh of building websites."

Perhaps it is yet another attempt to automate human creativity?
son of parnas
Sunday, November 20, 2005
As far as I can tell, they are building a wiki application.  See http://wiki.ycombinator.com/ for a wiki that was apparently created with their product.

Of course their home page implies that they're creating something much grander.  So either they really think wikis can change the world, or the wiki is just one example of what you can do with their product.
Ryan Send private email
Sunday, November 20, 2005
"We're a very early-stage startup and we're looking for great hackers to join us in building this Python web app."

Run as fast as you can, away. :)

And at: http://wiki.ycombinator.com/Recent_acquisitions
Google has acquired: Vint Cerf - yeah right.
Neville Franks Send private email
Sunday, November 20, 2005
Based on the facts:

a) it's a web app
b) vague description of functionality

you may only draw one conclusion: it's a CMS.  You can't throw a rock at a programmer's head without hitting a CMS somewhere...er, I think that's the appropriate metaphor...something like that.  Anyways, the point is that there are lots of programmers writing CMSs; that's what I'm getting at.
pds Send private email
Monday, November 21, 2005
Infogami - like origami, except information instead of paper?

Zpedia and Ycombinator Wiki run on Infogami.  But so does Aaron's blog.  Perhaps some hybrid information management and manipulation tool?
Tuesday, November 29, 2005

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