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  2. Pownce - Wikipedia

    Pownce was a free social networking and micro-blogging site started by Internet entrepreneurs Kevin Rose, Leah Culver, and Daniel Burka. [citation needed] Pownce was centered on sharing messages, files, events, and links with friends. The site launched on June 27, 2007, and was opened to the public on January 22, 2008. [1]

  3. Six Apart acquires and shuts down Pownce | VentureBeat

    Blogging company Six Apart has acquired micro-blogging startup Pownce for undisclosed financial terms. It looks like one of those acquisitions where the buyer was more interested in the people ...

  4. How to choose between Twitter and Pownce - CNET

    Pownce ( review ), the new nanoblogging service that doubles as a person-to-person file transfer product, is often compared to Twitter. Both products enable you to "nanoblog" quick updates on...

  5. First look at Pownce - CNET

    June 27, 2007 3:51 p.m. PT 2 min read Kevin Rose, of Digg and Revision 3 fame, just launched an invite-only alpha of his latest project, Pownce. Pownce lets you share files, links, and other...

  6. Pownce launches in a post-email era | ZDNET

    Kevin Rose (of Digg-fame) launched his new startup, Pownce, last month, which some have described as a potential Twitter-killer. And while the application can be used in a Twitter-like fashion ...

  7. Pownce - Crunchbase Company Profile & Funding

    Contact Email Phone Number (415)830-6355. Pownce is a way to send stuff to your friends. Users can send music, photos, messages, links, events, and other file of up to 100mb to 250mb for pro users via the Pownce web site or through lightweight desktop software (available for Windows and Mac environments; Linux coming soon).

  8. Pownce Bounced: Twitter Competitor To Shut Doors | CRN

    Pownce, the microblogging site and Twitter competitor, was purchased by Six Apart and will offically close its doors on Dec. 15.