by Cathy Resmer
Their publicist called me the other day to pitch it as something we should cover. From what I can tell, it's an application that allows people to bring their ideas to the community online, and then use the feedback they receive to refine the idea. The publicist says the idea is based on model Kaufman used at Mophie.
They're launching this thing at an upcoming Ted conference, but before they do, they're looking for ideas to test. So they're hosting a Burlington Brainstorm this weekend in their office on College Street, above Bueno Y Sano and Stone Soup. Starts Friday at 7 p.m. until whenever, and continues Saturday starting at 5 p.m. to whenever.
They promise music, whiteboards, wii and free drinks. I'm hoping to go for a bit one of those nights. Should be interesting.