The Y Combinator Class of Winter 2011

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YC-dropshadowThis spring we’re featuring profiles of selected companies that participated in the Winter 2011 session at Mountain View, CA-based venture incubator Y Combinator.

March 21: Taskforce—the Y Combinator Startup With a Solution for E-mail Overload

March 22: Noteleaf Seeks to Sync Up Online Calendars, Contacts, For Meeting Prep On-The-Go

March 30: HelloFax Lets You Ditch Your Fax Machine and Sign Everything Electronically

April 7: GiftRocket Seeks to Take the Pain (and Loss) Out of Gift Cards

May 5: SwipeGood Works to Make Giving So Easy, It’s a Rounding Error

May 12: Lanyrd: Twitter Meets LinkedIn Meets IMDB for the Conference Circuit

May 31: Grubwithus Hits Boston On Its Quest To Bring Group Meals for Strangers to 30 Cities This Year

June 1: Convore, Rebooting IRC, Brings Group Chat into the Social Media Era

Also see these related stories on Y Combinator and YC alumni companies:

Y Combinator’s Winter 2011 Demo Day: The Definitive Debrief (March 24, 2011)

Anyleaf: Putting an End to the Old Supermarket Circular

Cloudkick Founder Alex Polvi on the Experience of Getting Acquired by Rackspace in Startup Year One

Order Your Next Burger on a Tablet Computer from E la Carte

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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One response to “The Y Combinator Class of Winter 2011”

  1. Scop says:

    Missed these when are the next batch coming.