Boulder-based Me.dium, a firm which develops social browsing software, said this afternoon that it has launched what it calls an "online festival," which will allow users of the company's software to web surf, in real time, alongside celebrities. The Me.Fest online festival, which will run from today through December 2nd, features interactive sessions on shopping, music, politics, and video. The events include live viewing of Internet TV shows Tiki Bar TV and Feed Me Bubbe and shopping advice from the Posh Mamas. Me.dium is a venture backed startup which has received funding from Appian Ventures and Spark Capital.
Top NewsMonday, November 26, 2007
Me.dium Launches Real-time Web Surfing Events