Tag: latakoo

  • Off the hooks: user-centered development in a mobile-first world

    The following post contains my notes for a talk I gave at Over the Air 2012 at Bletchley Park on June 2nd, 2012. They build on my notes for a previous talk, Building the user-centered web. Desktop isn’t enough. For the last few years, I’ve been working on latakoo, a service that lets you share […]

  • Video technology is hard; latakoo is simple

    Video technology is still underdeveloped on the web. Over at latakoo, we’ve just started a technology blog to talk about what we’re doing: We’re proud of what we’ve built. Yesterday, someone sent a 2gb HD video file from Myanmar over satellite phone in nine minutes. At TechCrunch Disrupt last September, a visitor to our stand […]

  • Check out our entry for the Knight News Challenge!

    We’re a part of the Knight News Challenge: 1. What do you propose to do? Speed up, simplify, economical sending and sharing of large video files from anywhere to aid journalists and others. 2. Is anyone doing something like this now and how is your project different? Slow or expensive methods of video delivery exist, […]

  • Back from SXSW. What an incredible week!

    It’s been an amazing week, both for me and for latakoo. I’ve only just flopped back into my apartment in Berkeley, but here are some links: On the official Box blog, Box and latakoo make video uploads faster than ever: What does scale is anything that improves your productivity by saving time, especially when it […]