Frank Oelschlager is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years experience in software and technology companies. He enjoys building companies (creating jobs), bringing new technologies and products to market (solving problems), and learning about the things people are doing with technology. When he’s not working, Frank likes to compose music, play guitar, walk in the woods or mountains with his camera, read, try something completely new, or just hang out with the family on the porch with a glass of good wine.

 

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Add the Smart to Your Smartphone with ToothTag

ToothTag, a new app from NeuAer, makes your smartphone truly smart by letting you “tag” Bluetooth and wifi enabled devices that are within proximity of your smartphone.  The ToothTag application is currently only available on the Android platform due to the multi-tasking support required…

Seevolution is Not Your Father’s Web Analytics Toolkit

Ever wish you had X-Ray vision? How about on your website? Seevolution uses their X-ray tool to capture behavioral data of your website visitors, which includes data about how users are interacting with different parts of your website. It collects an unprecedented amount of data,…

Feed your Need for Project Data with Clutch

Clutch, a project data feed mashup and dashboard from thehybridgroup, allows you to track your projects in one place. It provides a consolidated view of activity across projects and project applications in a feed format with an activity dashboard. No longer do you have…

Forget the Pets! Travel with RowdDog Instead

Phoenix-based startup RowdDog, which is in alpha, allows you to research and plan travel the way you want. Part social networking site, collaborative planning tool, travel and local deal resource, RowdDog already does a good job at providing a travel mashup tool. With options…

We Take Your Privacy

Is your boss spying on you by topgold

In the past week, I’ve gotten an email from just about every online retailer I’ve ever given an email address to, each informing me that a third party email service provider, Epsilon, has suffered a data breach.  While the exact wording of each of these…