Monthly Archives: December 2010

Give a TripTrace iPhone App this Christmas!

Using the TripTrace website is great for many things, but I have to say, the iPhone app ties the whole room together. The website doesn’t thrive alone, it NEEDS a mobile component. And a mobile app isn’t enough — the … Continue reading

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Proud to be Featured on the Google Chrome Web Store!

UPDATED – One week from launching TripTrace and we found ourselves in the distinguished company of Flixster (which warms my ol’ Netflix heart), WeatherBug, and Seesmic – alternating between the “Lifestyle” and “Utilities” sections. Today, two days later, we’ve been … Continue reading

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TripTrace is Today’s Hot Pick from Thrillist

A warm fuzzy feeling descends on Menlo Park this rainy afternoon… http://www.thrillist.com/nation/travel/2010/12/17/triptrace

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Tonight’s Release Notes!

1. Tonight’s release introduces a key new focus of your Atlas: an Address Book! Think about it: you’re visiting Los Angeles – you have a few hours before a meeting so you want to visit any of your old friends … Continue reading

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Events and Eventful

We recently got an letter from a user that commented: “I don’t care about these events. I want to see my events, I’d like to turn them off and see only mine. I feel deluged by ads, which could be … Continue reading

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Recommendations

An article was posted this morning touting TripTrace recommendations, but I’d like to clear something up — we aren’t making recommendations – yet. Like most websites with a recommendation “engine”, that is, software that performs some kind of analysis and then … Continue reading

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Bug Fix in your “Share Map”

Jason discovered a particularly irksome bug that was created this weekend — where you checked off places you PLAN to go (in the city quiz), and the system doesn’t remember them. Then, as if to make matters worse, no PLAN … Continue reading

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