Houston’s HushLabs launches new Natuba social media aggregator
I was excited to see Marc Nathan with BullDog Financial report that Richard Yoo (founder of RackSpace) had recently moved to Houston to put together his latest startup company Hush Labs. (You can see a mention about how he is already making his presence felt here in Houston in this Chron.com article) Anyway, Hush Labs has just launched Natuba.com which is available through invitation only. According to their site, here is what Natuba is all about:
Give your friends a single place to follow everything happening in your online life with Natuba.
Trying to keep up with all your pages on all the different web sites has been a pain (just ask your friends). You have a MySpace page, a blog at LiveJournal or Blogger, photos at Flickr, videos at YouTube, and of course you can’t go 5 minutes without texting to your Twitter account. Just because you use all these sites doesn’t mean that your friends should have to visit all of them to keep up with what you are doing.
Natuba gives you a way to create a single page from all of your sites around the Internet.
I’m trying to get an invitation and I’ll let you know when I get mine and if I have any extra to give out myself.