Displaying items by tag: reading
Looking for: Advisor, Developer, Marketer
Swych is a foreign language learning application that uses the phenomenon of code-switching, which is to switch languages mid-sentence while conversing, as a method for teaching languages. Swych presents famous novels that have been code-switched, from which one can infer the meaning of phrases contextually using words they know from their native language. Further, Swych also has novels that can…
Looking for: Developer
Everyone has books, but most of them are useless – they've been read, or no one in the house is interested in them. In addition, everyone buys books (some more than others) or at some point has a book they want to get their hands on.I want to connect those people. I want to create an app where users can…
Looking for: Biz developer, Developer
Hello, my name is David Elharar, a content/marketing strategist with 10 years of experience managing the social/digital platforms of few of the biggest brands (such as Pfizer, Strauss-Group, Unilever, Nike, and more). I have a true passion for the written word and the art of storytelling. I’ve been studying a lot the social publishing world and I’m all the time…
Looking for: Designer, Developer, Engineer, Marketer
There are currently more than 60,000 people studying Mandarin Chinese in the US alone. More than 100 million Chinese are learning English. These numbers continue to grow year over year, yet we still face difficulties communicating across language. Why? After students reach a certain level, classes become largely ineffective. The responsibility for learning moves into the student's hands, and often…
Looking for: Developer, Engineer
ReaderUp is a recent winner at startup weekend San Diego. We strive to inspire people to read more. We do this by a gamified validation method for whatever book they read. It creates a competitve atmosphere amongst friends and family. we also allow you to be rewarded for reading well. this is perfect for our children who may have "similar"…