|By Pat Romanski||
|June 16, 2009 06:45 PM EDT||
A new Web site allows users to store their wine tasting notes online where they can be accessed from anywhere, anytime, either from a computer or mobile device with internet access. The founders of logabottle.com see emerging Internet technologies as powerful tools in the effort to never forget a great bottle of wine, and never buy a bad one twice.
At logabottle.com each user’s notes can also become a public wine blog, and users can view those public logs in their search for new bottles to try. Wine watches and custom lists make those searches even easier as well. The site is designed for wine drinkers of all experience levels and includes an extensive wine and grape guide. When you track what you drink at logabottle.com, you will buy better bottles, both for yourself, and as gifts.
According to co-founder, Steve Perlow, "The question I get asked most often is, 'can I get to my account from a cell phone or Blackberry?' I am happy to be able to take out my phone and go through my bottle log right then and there, just like I do when I shop for wine. I have also heard stories of our users wowing others when they add tasting notes while still at vineyard events. That technology coming together with wine tasting is the vision we had when we started logabottle.com."
Other emerging web technologies like Google Maps and AJAX also make logabottle.com more useful and easier to navigate. Users can see where bottles come from on satellite imagery, and won’t find themselves constantly reloading pages to find new bottles.
Steve Perlow, Katie Klaben and Jon Olson founded logabottle.com in 2006. They are all young wine enthusiasts with an interest in the wine industry and how new technologies can influence that industry online.
logabottle.com is 100% free to sign up for and use.
|ajaxworld news desk 05/08/06 10:29:36 AM EDT|
Logabottle.com allows users to store their wine tasting notes online where they can be accessed from anywhere,anytime,either from a computer or mobile device with internet access.The founders of the site see emerging Internet technologies like AJAX as powerful tools in the effort to never forget a great bottle of wine.
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