Richard Yoo has launched his Web 2.0 profile and information aggregator Natuba. I have a handful of invites left and if you leave a comment I’ll email one to you. The idea is that once you register, your username with various web properties like Twitter, LiveJournal, MySpace etc. and places them on a single page. As someone who writes content in a lot of places on the web - mostly in blog comments - I really like the idea of funneling all of the disparate data into one page.
Conceptually, I like this as a Web 2.0 play since it grabs info from different data silos and visualizes it in an intuitive way. I also like it as a way to repurpose content in order to increase linkbacks for Google PageRank, although this is not the primary function. Richard is a particularly bright guy and a great asset to the Houston startup community so I wish him and his team the best of luck.
If you’d like a private invitation to Natuba, I have a handful left - and I’m sure if I asked nicely, I could get a few more from Richard. I have to mention that it might be a little while until we hear from him considering his pending nuptials - Congrats!
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