Me.dium, my employer which you can read more about here has been nominated as a Webware 100 Finalist in the Community category. The Webware 100 represents the top 10 sites in 10 different categories, and we’re up against some pretty stiff competition (such as MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn among others). We’re also currently the featured extension on Flock, and have had quite a lot of good press lately. Given that we’re still currently in private beta mode while we get our infrastructure and product ready for a public launch, chances are you haven’t heard of us. However, you can join in and check-out a preview of our product using this invite link which will also auto-friend me. Please keep in mind it’s a a true beta, but I think you’ll be impressed with what we’ve accomplished so far.
If you like what you see, don’t forget to vote for us! Voting starts on Wednesday May 23rd at 12:00 PM Pacific Time.
As for me, I’m a Java developer at Me.dium working on the server software which supports the service and am very proud and excited about what we’ve been up to. That and the occasional blog posting about work helps show why I’ve been so light on blogging since starting my new job.