One of the great things about technology is that practically anyone can build an application. One of the downsides of technology is… that practically anyone can build an application.
And that means there are a lot of interesting betas out there. A lot of amazing Web services to test drive. And a lot of early coolness passing you by the wayside.
But not if you use LaunchSide.
LaunchSide is a new startup with a goal of connecting web enthusiasts with beta programs for upcoming startups. Our website, launching October 2011, enables users to get early access to upcoming beta releases.
The Portland-based site, which launched last week, already features an impressive list of early invites to sites including: Globified, Attachments.me, MyZeus, Voyurl, Skills, Write.li, Zerply, Cloudalize, Hively, Audioname, and Forkly.
And something tells me that Grepic might be waiting in the wings.
It’s like a startup about startups. And all it takes is an email address to sign up—just like all of those betas they’re featuring.
So head on over to LaunchSide and get signed up to see the early stuff, well, early. Or follow @LaunchSide on Twitter to get a heads up on all the launches.