Wednesday, August 29, 2007


This happened very quickly. As we were struggling to survive our RUP training at the end of last week, we came up with and fleshed out an idea for an all new way to share links and keep a 'history' or 'bookmark' of your net travels. In our minds it is the evolution of sites such as digg or reddit. Right now, we're calling it Chaos but, hopefully, by the time we launch it will be branded something more.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates! Along with more information about our other projects. We haven't forgotten about those either.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Are You Curious Yet?

I won't yet reveal how many projects we have in the pipes. Though, it is more than one. I will, however, divulge some information on one of my favorites.

Have you ever seen or played around with Bottletalk or Cork'd? If you haven't seen these sites, I certainly recommend you take a look around. They certainly make it a fun time to share wines. Cork'd even manages to have Wine Library TV, a pseudo-famous video blog, prominently displayed as a sponsor.

The way in which these sites are lacking, is, ironically, the one major feature that makes these sites nearly unusable, after a time. It happens just about when you really begin to want to add wines to your collection. If you can spot the deficiency, join the club. Not only that but, we've found these sites are missing out on the things that makes the idea of community fun. I'm not at liberty to say what these features are so, you'll have to come back for that!

Don't be discouraged, though. We won't be long.

Even better, we'll have a site up soon, for you early-adopting, beta-loving, wine connoisseurs out there (or those that are new to wine and want to learn) to signup to be the first ones to hear what is coming, and to be the first ones through the doors.

Thursday, July 19, 2007


Welcome! SiliconCarbon Development is a new startup by two upstart developers. We've got three major projects in the works. If you want to learn more, be sure to check back here often!