Upon visiting Plinky.com, you’ll notice there’s nothing there. If you go to any of the Plinky blogs listed, there’s nothing of substance there either. So, I wonder what Jason is talking about when he says…
“You don’t find that in a small company. At my new company, Plinky, we sometimes dream things up in the morning and by the afternoon have it live on the Web. That never happens at a big company.”
Weird. Also, not to be overly critical because I love start-ups, but I probably wouldn’t accept an interview request from CNN (!) about jumping ship until my new company’s site added some sort of value besides an email sign-up. Just a thought.
Update (1/22): Plinky.com is live. After @aubs showed some love on Twitter, I gave Plinky a whirl. The registration was easy yet stupidly quirky. The service – unless it drastically evolves – offers little (to no) value. Hey, whoever funded Plinky.com, I’ve got some oceanfront property to sell you in Idaho. Jason, will Google hire you back?