Cofundadores de Thotz.Co entre los 20 Mejores Graduados del Founder Institute a nivel mundial en el 2011

posted Jul 19, 2012, 5:55 AM by Andrei Pizza   [ updated Jul 19, 2012, 6:06 AM ]

Carlos Rozo y Andrés Cifuentes, emprendedores Wayra y Cofundadores de Thotz.Co entran en la lista de los 20 Top Graduates y presentarán su proyecto en el Founder Showcase en San Francisco

El Founder Institute es una red de startups y mentores que ayudan a emprendedores a iniciar prestigiosas y duraderas compañías tecnológicas. En esta ocasión nombra dentro de su Top Graduates 2011 a dos emprendedores del proyecto Thotz.Co, empresa que actualmente se encuentra en aceleración en Wayra Colombia.



Carlos Rozo y Andrés Cifuentes asistirán al Founder Showcase, un evento que se realizará el próximo 25 de julio en San Francisco-California, donde gracias a su gran potencial como emprendedores podrán recibir un reconocimiento especial por parte del Founder Institute. Además de asistir a este evento, calificaron como finalistas para presentar su idea de negocio frente a importantes inversionistas y empresarios de Silicon Valley. Con esta oportunidad, Thotz.Co busca reconocimiento a nivel mundial dentro del ecosistema de emprendimiento tecnológico, además de reafirmar el gran potencial que existe en Colombia.

We have released our Beta!

posted Nov 23, 2011, 8:54 AM by Carlos Rozo   [ updated May 2, 2012, 1:49 PM by Andrei Pizza ]


Just login with your google account at http://thotz.net. If you have no docs or collections, we will suggest a useful map for you to use. If you have them organized, the visualization will be immediate; otherwise, we will analyze it and map it for you. Try it!
We make Information organization easy, by visually allowing you to organize information anc concepts. Sharing will come soon, as well as multi-cloud service support. 

Why is this useful?

Thotz will help you forget about files and folders. It analyzes your content and provides a graphical web to see what information you have, relates it to other pieces of information and shows it to you. You just need to remember you had the content, we will make sure you can access it anywhere and everywhere.
In Thotz we believe technology should help people in whatever way they want it. People don't have to accomodate to the way a technology works (files and folders, anyone?) but technology must accomodate the ways in which people function. And in Thotz.net you will find an extension of your brain. Your content will become memories. And they will be stored in the cloud as if they were in your brain.

What will come next?

Soon, new content will be able to be added to Thotz directly. Right now, new information needs to be uploaded into Google Docs to be accessible. We encourage you to tell us what the best way to do this on your behalf would be (drag and drop?, search your hard drive? download from the web? other?).
Shortly afterwards we will include additional cloud services. Currently we use Google Docs, but Dropbox and Box.Net are coming up. Any other services you would like us to add? And soon after, the content will be able to be shared across users. Share what you want with those you know care about that information.

Tell your friends about it!

Did you find Thotz useful? Tell your friends about it! We would like many people to tell us what they think and how to make the service better. Just tell them to go to http://thotz.net.






Where did the idea come from?

posted Nov 16, 2011, 6:29 AM by Andrei Pizza   [ updated Apr 25, 2012, 12:47 PM ]


We started thinking on ways to help companies organize their knowledge. To be able to share the subjects relevant to them and increase productivity. And we will help them do that. But first, what about individuals? what about their ability to take advantage of information? And after researching the market, found a space not being served. Why doesn't the interface behave intuitively? why the steep learning curves? why the old paper-based paradigm?  And Thotz.net was born.



Organizing Concepts vs. Information

posted Nov 15, 2011, 1:03 PM by Andrei Pizza   [ updated Apr 25, 2012, 2:39 PM ]


Organizing all your information may appear as a daunting task. Hundreds of files of all types, e-mails, sites, etc. The more time passes, the least likely you are to take control of the river of information flowing through your devices. Creating folders in a myriad of sites (including your own hard drive) has not worked before, and is unlikely to work now. Unless.. 

What about organizing the subjects your are interested in. Your hobbies, work, interests all in a single place. Map your digital world, and then add whatever content you want to those subjects. Relate to a subject content, not files, so you can find everything you are actually looking for in a single place.  Isn't hat the way your mind works? 

Well, we invite you to think about it. Think about the value of organizing what you care about and then relating content to it. Once content becomes irrelevant or out-of-date, you can still associate new content to the concept and move on, change it, make it part of your digital memories. Because your thoughts don't stand still, why should your content?. Think thotz.



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