July 4, 2012
On the 4th of July we collectively celebrate our freedom, a freedom that we fought for. This quickly turns into a reflection on those military veterans and service men and women that gave so much fighting for or defending that freedom. An Arizona-based startup, AlphaStripe is looking to help make reflecting on those memories a lot easier by creating a platform for veterans and service men and women to maintain and share their stories online – an online memory repository for the future. With an interface that may remind you of Pinterest, AlphaStripe launched its beta product on Memorial Day and today, on the 4th of July, AlphaStripe is launching a second beta.
I talked with AlphaStripe founder Eli Chmouni recently in Scottsdale, Arizona and he shared some insights on the inspiration for the site, where he would like to see it going and is ultimate vision for AlphaStripe.
Watch the video interview with Eli Chomuni of AlphaStripe. The interview was filmed at ASU Venture Catalyst at ASU Skysong during Techiepalooza on June 7, 2012. It is also part of the Tech Cocktail Conversations podcast – subscribe on iTunes.
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