myinfoQ Launched in Private Beta at Techcrunch50 2009

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					myinfoQ Launched in Private Beta at Techcrunch50 2009 September 22, 2009 – SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA myinfoQ, an information aggregation engine bridging mobile and the web, launched in private beta at the TechCrunch50 2009 conference. myinfoQ enables the collection, aggregation and ongoing discovery of personal information and events. In addition to tagging/bookmarking anything in the real world, myinfoQ is also a simple web publishing platform, allowing user–generated SMS codes for self distribution of information in areas such as real estate, small business, events, music and more. myinfoQ is a mobile–originated experience that ends on the web. To start, users simply text or use an iPhone app to send content to myinfoQ. An account is auto–created and sent back to the user. Users can then continue their myinfoQ experience on the web, where initial tags are populated with meaningful search results, calendaring and more. myinfoQ's aim is to tag/bookmark your everyday interests so you don't forget a thing! Please contact us for a demo. Press Contact: Paul Voulas Co-Founder, myinfoQ
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About myinfoQ myinfoQ enables the collection, aggregation and ongoing discovery of personal information and events. In addition to tagging anything in the real world, myinfoQ is also a simple web publishing platform, allowing user generated SMS codes for self distribution of information in areas such as real estate, small business, events, music and more. myinfoQ is a mobile–originated experience that ends on the web. To start, users simply text content to myinfoQ. To start, users simply text or use an iPhone app to send content to myinfoQ. An account is auto– created and sent back to the user. Users can then continue their myinfoQ experience on the web, where initial tags are populated with meaningful search results, calendaring and more. myinfoQ’s aim is to tag your everyday interests so you don’t forget a thing! Founded in 2008, myinfoQ is a privately funded startup based in Sydney, Australia. About TechCrunch50 Founded in 2007 by leading technology blog TechCrunch and entrepreneur Jason Calacanis, the TechCrunch50 conference provides a platform for early–stage, and frequently unfunded, companies to launch for the first time to the technology industry's most influential venture capitalists, corporations, angel investors, fellow entrepreneurs and the international media. Companies are selected to participate exclusively on merit. TechCrunch50 is supported by Google, Microsoft Bing, MySpace, Facebook, Sequoia Capital, Charles River Ventures, Founders Fund, Redpoint Ventures, and Perkins Coie.