Joseph (Yossi) Vardi (Hebrew: יוסי ורדי) (born 1942), is one of Israel's first high-tech entrepreneurs. For over 40 years he has founded and helped to build over 60 high-tech companies in a variety of fields, among them software, energy, Internet, mobile, electro-optics and water technology. Biography Joseph Vardi was born in Tel Aviv. He studied at the Technion in Haifa, graduating with a B. Yossi Vardi
LeWeb – Startup Competition Finalists: Cloudsplit, Stribe, Tiger So the Le Web Startup Competition is over for another year. Instead of sitting on the sidelines reporting the event, as I was last year, this year TechCrunch Europe was asked to co-organize it with Le Web. So, with together with Loic Le Meur, Ben Metcalfe and Geraldine Le Meur we filtered down the hundreds of applicants to the final 16.
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Flex After Dark | Flash Cross Domain Policy A is an XML document that grants Adobe Flash Player (or other web client) permission to handle data across multiple domains. The most common location for a policy file on a server is in the root directory of a domain with the filename crossdomain.xml (e.g. http://example.com/crossdomain.xml ). When a client hosts content from a particular source domain and that content makes requests directed towards a domain other than its own, the remote domain would need to host a cross-domain policy file that grants access to the source domain, allowing the client to continue with the transaction. ( http://www.adobe.com/devnet/articles/crossdomain_policy_file_spec.html ) An example of a simple, permissive cross-domain policy file: Examples
On Tuesday I joined up with the Traveling Geeks (a band of journalists/bloggers/influentials who visit startups around the world, picture of them above in a Paris subway station) in Paris and we saw a ton of startups. Some of them, like Stribe, were very good. But overall they just didn’t measure up. In fact, they even got me to be rude to them, which caught everyone off guard.
[France] Paris-based Pearltrees has been catching interest around the web the last few days not least because a gaggle influential Silicon Valley bloggers have descended on Paris for Le Web, but mainly because of its interesting model for visually mapping how people collect and share information on the Web. But today the startup opens the kimono on its full system. They will announce two new things today: Twitter synchronization (enabling a user to create a pearl automatically from Twitter and to tweet automatically from their new Pearltrees), Pearltrees search, Real time discussion and connection.
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