LUNARR landing

After operating for two years in stealth mode, LUNARR stepped into the light, last night, unveiling its collaboration-oriented product offering to a crowd of bloggers and other interested parties in its hometown, Portland, Oregon.

For a week where all tech eyes seem to be on the little Arrington-Calacanis get-together down south, LUNARR is pulling down some pretty impressive coverage.

As always, I’ll work to roundup all of the posts that I can. Here’s what I’ve found, so far:

If you’ve written about LUNARR, and I’ve (inadvertently) missed your post, link it up in the comments below. I’ll make sure to add it to this list.For more on LUNARR, see the product descriptions on the LUNARR site.

  1. Wow, that is some great coverage considering everything else going on in the tech world this week.

    Congrats to them…

  2. I know that there was a great deal of work put into working with the media, even while they were in stealth. No doubt, this is part of the reason they’re getting this kind of “pop.”

    Always good to see a Portland company in the major tech blogs.

  3. I was just wondering if anyone else was thinking “Lotus Notes,” when they were using this?

    Maybe it’s just me. And honestly, it’s been a long, long, long time since I’ve used Notes. But I seem to have this fuzzy memory of the idea of “no attachments” or “the attachment is the email” that the Notes platform used.

    Oh, speaking of which, I have some invites to give away.

    Want one? Add a comment requesting one and I’ll hook you up. First come, first served.

  4. I’ll take an invite. I’m struggling with how this will compete with the collaboration in Google Docs. Is it that different?

  5. Ok, there is some cool stuff in there. I’ll try to keep this handy in the ‘ol toolbox. And I agree, that was some pop for a company not involved in the TechCrunch 40, very nice to see LUNARR breakthrough.

  6. […] Portland company LUNARR, cut through the TechCrunch40 noise nicely this morning with their release. Silicon Florist has a good roundup. […]

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