I’ve been working for quite a while on a new search concept, though the further in I get, the closer the rest of the world gets to what we’re doing.
So today I’m inviting you to sign up for the rather modest beta, which will be ready soon if we can nail down a few difficult details.
Jawaya is a way of navigating the web and getting better results. And that’s as much as I can say right now, because we’re not a funded startup, and things are moving really fast in this space–it’s going to be very competitive. I predict there will be about 10 funded startups in the next 6 months doing something similar. One of them will be mine, and we aim to make it the best.
We’re raising a round of capital to fund the team, and are shooting for early sustainability. This is my fifth company; my fourth in the tech space, and my third software company. I think it will be the biggest and can possibly have a positive impact on the world by reducing the amount of time it takes for people to find things, and improving the quality of the results they get.
But it will take time, some smart people (smarter than I), and a capital to get there–I’m raising the first round now.
I haven’t felt this kind of positive anxiety, excitement, ego, fear, and fun since ChiliSoft. It’s an amazing discovery process, and I’m digging the ride.