Sunday night found most of us viewzers huddled around a table sorting out the final details for our launch until almost midnight. Thankfully, the table was at a nice country club, so it wasn’t all that bad. Monday morning at 7 a.m., TechCrunch posted their exclusive coverage of our launch. For the next 12 hours, Viewzi was live but only accessible via the TechCrunch link. Then at 7 p.m., the wall came down fully and we were live.
It has gone fantastically! All the new platform code, some of which was written just days before launch, worked flawlessly and the site absorbed a massive increase in traffic without so much as flinching. At 8 p.m. last night, a huge group of us (well, huge for a company of 12) met at Kenichi and celebrated the success with wives, husbands, and even a set of parents. What fun! There’s pretty much no better way to enjoy your success than to eat some raw tuna.
Now go use the coolest search on the internet to find something fun.
3 Replies to “Viewzi has launched!”
We were celebrating vicariously with you last night with our own yellow fin tuna sashimi for supper, but ours was from Kroger!
Wow… congratulations! We celebrated with the near-insurmountably delicious fajitas of Uncle Julio’s, which — in our opinion — presents a better avenue of merriment than does raw fish.
Then again, even the tomatoes have salmonella these days. How times have changed… crazy search engines and all.
Hail to the Internet Kings! I think you’ll get to sale/IPO a bit before my guys, but I can’t think of a better man to beat me to it.