Why do I think that Curi™ will be a game changer and not just another stuff it in your pocket and forget it app? In my house we are not immune to new year’s resolutions that fall by the wayside. In my bedroom lies a treadmill that was going to keep me fit rain or shine. I can’t see it but I know it’s there under a mound of boxes. In the garage, strapped to the side of the pantry shelves, is a ski machine. It was the predecessor to the treadmill. I still have the directions, somewhere, and someday I will put it on ebay. My family even has a name for all these gadgets though I have no idea if it is original. We call them Monuments to Good Intentions. You probably have some in your house, too.
Recently I’ve been spending a considerable amount of time working on Semafores’ business plan. I’ve been putting on paper what we want to accomplish, how we expect to do it, when it needs to be done, and how much we think it will cost. I won’t share the details here. There are many pages of them and they wouldn’t be of interest to anyone except for potential investors and our competitors.