Seattle Tech Roundup for Monday, May 23, 2011
Our School Pages is the bootstrapped brainchild of Rajeev Goel, inspired by a bout of writer’s cramp familiar to every parent frustrated with completing redundant forms. The Seattle startup fittingly unveiled at a statewide PTA event offers a paperless content management tool to improve the school website user experience.
Doxo‘s paperless drive provides users free access to document storage and bill management without junkmail, obtrusive ads or the need to install software. The Seattle startup headed by Qpass veterans, including CEO Steve Shivers, is amassing powerful partners like Puget Sound Energy with the lure of instant savings.
Startup of the Week: MoaLab LLC TechFlash
Tweet X-Ray delivers the inside scoop on followers and your own Twitter persona, thanks to an exclusive personality-based algorithm from MoaLab LLC. The self-funded Redmond startup supplemented by game development may be marketing-deficient, but creator Mohammad Al-Abdullah is up to the challenge of making do with resources that are admittedly tight.