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Wednesday, December 19, 2021

The other day, I got an email from Michael Duggan, co-founder of Oosah. On the strength of this quizzical post I wrote about the undercover media storage/access site in August, he wanted to give me an early peek at the public beta.

My first reaction? I actually thought this was about similarly-named Ooma, the Web telephony startup involving actor Ashton Kutcher — which combination warranted a bloggy reaction from me back in September.

So when I realized that Duggan’s offer probably wouldn’t result in my getting introduced to a bunch of Hollywood types, I was predictably bummed out.

But I’ll recover. I’ll be taking a look at Oosah’s suite of digital media manipulation capabilities, including what they can and can’t do, and giving my impressions sometime over the weekend.

And in the meantime, I’ll contemplate this seeming trend in Web-based business ventures adopting a double-o moniker.

by Costa Tsiokos, Wed 12/19/2007 11:50:34 PM
Category: Internet, Celebrity
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  1. Upon first glance OOSAH, OOMA - OOPS and having recently watched Star Wars Episode One (or Four I’m never sure of the new order) I though this was going to be a blog about Jar Jar Binks. OOSAH OOMA JEDI…

    Comment by Hunk Oman — 12/27/2007 @ 10:55:31 AM


    So now that I’ve cleared up my confusion over “oo”-sounding Web startups, I’m ready to testdrive Oosah.
    Which I did earlier today. Basically, it’s a free digital media storage site that gives you 2 gigs of disk space for …

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 12/31/2007 @ 04:39:24 PM

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