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Keith Teare at iSummit'08, July 2008
|Born||27 August 1954
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK
|Residence||Palo Alto, California|
|Children||Dylan Teare, Liam Teare, Luke Teare|
He is credited with being part of:
- CYBERIA, the UK's first internet cafe;
- Easynet, Europe's first consumer Internet Service Provider;
- RealNames, the first multi-lingual addressing system for the Internet;
- Archimedes Ventures LLC, a vehicle for his incubation, investments and consulting service;
- TechCrunch, a technology blog.
- Just.me, an instant messaging service.
- chat.center, a web to mobile SaaS messaging service.
- Watch this Cyberspace
- David Rowe: European Easy Rider
- The name game
- Archimedes Ventures LLC
- The makings of a media mogul: Michael Arrington of TechCrunch
- About TechCrunch at the Wayback Machine (archived October 24, 2005)
- Can A Messaging App Beat Standalone Social Networking? Khosla-Backed Stealth Startup Just.me Gears Up For Launch With iOS Beta
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