Alex Iskold CTO AdaptiveBlue; Product is BlueOrganizer

Alex Iskold who I interviewed at Demo (podcast on PodTech.net here) is a great guy.  Alex has a ton of passion and is a solid guy.  His company is featured on TechCrunch tonight.

Alex the CTO and founder chimes in… he says “Please take time to try the plugin and then you will see that this is by far more useful, context sensitive and semantic-focused then the engines….. its not THAT complicated. I mean when you looking at a movie, is it complicated to say “Show me more movies with this director?” Or when you are reading about Paris, to say “Show me the map of Paris”. Is this not what we do online already anyway?”

Someone very famous once said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible but not simpler”, and BlueOrganizer follows this – it makes semantical browsing simple.”

Author: John

Entrepreneur living in Palo Alto California and the Founder of SiliconANGLE Media

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