September 5th, 2007

Uncloaking: LUNARR


Apparently, Wednesday is the “Announce the events I’d really like to attend yet upon which I will inevitably be forced to bail” Day at Silicon Florist. Here’s another one:

Portland-based LUNARR, which has gotten quite a bit of press for a company in stealth mode, is disengaging its cloaking device on September 17 at CubeSpace.

LUNARR was founded by wildly successful Japanese entrepreneur Toru Takasuka of Cybozu fame:

LUNARR was founded in January of 2006 in the high tech corridor of Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. The brainchild of Toru Takasuka, one of Japan’s foremost technology entrepreneurs, LUNARR was founded on the idea that every knowledge worker in an organization has the potential to be a creative contributor, one who can have a significant impact on the organization’s success by sharing his or her unique ideas and perspectives through collaboration.

What do they do? Do you not understand the concept of “stealth”? I don’t know. We’ll just have to go to the launch party, won’t we? And by “we,” I mean “you.”

For information on the launch party, see the Upcoming page.

(Hat tip to Dawn Foster)

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3 Responses to “Uncloaking: LUNARR”

  1. Hi, Rick,
    Thanks for your interest. The LUNARR contingent looks forward to seeing you on the 17th.
    Kathleen

  2. I am excited to see what they are all about. If I remember correctly Toru Takasuka has been receiving press for a year or two now….

  3. Rick Turoczy says:

    @Jeff Due in no small part to @Kathleen’s efforts, to be sure.

    @Kathleen I remain hopeful that I can make it.


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