I went to the store to get some bagles for the family this past Sunday. I kind of felt everyone was looking at me for some reason. On my way out of the place I saw a huge picture of Ben and I on the cover of the Business & Technology section of the Contra Costa Times (we live in CoCo county). I knew there was going to be an article covering east bay financings, and that we'd be a part of it, but I had no idea our mugs would take up half the page. The online version was without pics, but is a nice article in any case. The upside, in my small town of Alamo, is that people realize only now that I don't sell computers for a living. It also goes to show us that people really still do read the paper. I haven't had a subcription in years.
While this and lots of other commentary lately characterize jangl as the source for private phone numbers, we view ourselves more as the source for liberating consumers communications. As Ben mentioned to me over the weekend "You are no longer just a number."
BTW, we had to create a new blog here, so unfortunately, those with RSS feeds have broken links. I'm posting this message on both sites.