August 21st, 2008

New Iterasi release (now with Mac support) garners coverage and kudos from TechCrunch


Iterasi, the currently Vancouver-based but soon to be Portland-based company that allows you to create your own personal Web archive, has released the latest version of its service. And some people are taking notice. [Full disclosure: Iterasi is a client of mine.]

Who? Well, there’s a little blog called TechCrunch that deems the new release—with the addition of a scheduling feature—”a must have research tool. ”

Michael Arrington writes:

Overall Iterasi is an excellent service, and the schedule feature makes it a must have research tool.

So what does the new Scheduler offer?

Use the iterasi Scheduler to automatically Notarize pages when you tell it to, without having to be there to push the button. Set up the Scheduler to Notarize a page every day, week or month at a time that you choose. Great for tracking blogs, reviews, retail sites, and just about anything you can think of. Use the Scheduler to build your own history of any website!

But the biggest news (in my opinion)? They now have native Mac support for Firefox 2 and 3!

No more switching over to my Windows machine to save pages. With the latest release, I can do it right from my Mac. Simple.

Now, granted, I’m a little biased since Iterasi is a client, but I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to see another Silicon Forest based company—joining the ranks of Vidoop and others—getting recognition on such an international stage.

Good for Iterasi. And good for Portland.

For more information, visit Iterasi. Or to download the the browser-based tools, register for an account.

To view my saved pages, visit the Silicon Florist public Iterasi page.

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2 Responses to “New Iterasi release (now with Mac support) garners coverage and kudos from TechCrunch”

  1. I see you have successfully avoided the wrath of overzealous Vancouver residents with your geographical precision. :)

    Congrats Iterasi! A Portland startup doing something that useful and innovative certainly deserves the coverage.

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    @Steven I am treading very lightly, indeed. ;)


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