Blogging the TechCrunch40 Demo Pit: with eye candy screencaps and all

While my physical being is not at TechCrunch 40 in San Francisco, the rest of me is. Therefore, I have been able to virtually check out some of the offerings in the TechCrunch 40 DemoPit.

While my physical being is not at TechCrunch 40 in San Francisco, the rest of me is. Therefore, I have been able to virtually check out some of the offerings in the TechCrunch 40 DemoPit.

I find three emerging, VC-backed but attention-coveting companies' products exceptionally interesting:

Vudu's product is a device that retrieves "thousands of movies" and sends them to living rooms for viewing without a computer or cable/satellite tv service:

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Vidora.tv makes the Vidora Entertainment Browser, which lets you deploy its built-in video search tool and then group the results into channels that you create:

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WeShow is a human-powered Internet video search engine that combs both professional and amateur videos, and then groups them into categories. It is building social networking applications:

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Which of these seems most interesting to you, and why?

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