Stan James – Lijit

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Lijit was one of our sponsors for Gnomedex 2007. They were gracious enough to provide me with one of the MacBooks that we used during the conference. (THANK YOU again!) Here, Stan James of Lijit talks with Molly Stanberry.

Lijit.com provides revolutionary search tools and stats for your blog. Install the Lijit Search Wijit on your blog to give readers the most relevant results from a source they trust… YOU. Or, receive compelling and detailed stats that help you better understand and serve your reader community. You’ve likely spent a lot of time writing blog posts, bookmarking sites you like, posting photos and videos, and creating the perfect blogroll. That makes for a lot of YOU online — a collective reflection of your personality, interests, network, and expertise. Unfortunately, there’s no easy way for others to benefit from all of that effort…or is there? Lijit allows you to easily create your own search engine. One that searches your blog, bookmarks, photos, blogroll, and more. By offering the Lijit Search Wijit on your blog, readers can search all of YOU. In turn, Lijit gives you detailed statistics about those searches, so you can better understand and serve your reader community.

Stan not only is the founder and CEO of Ligit, he also has a personal blog. Stan James is the founder and CTO of Lijit Networks, Inc., based in Boulder, Colorado. (www.lijit.com) Lijit’s Personal Network Search is the first vertical search technology centered on people, their content and their trusted network. It is is based on his masters thesis about online trust. (www.getoutfoxed.com) Before graduate school, Stan worked for VR-1 Entertainment where he led the design and development of multiplayer browser-based games for Microsoft, AOL, Deutsche-Telekom, and Hasbro. Stan has a masters degree in Cognitive Science from the University of Osnabrück, and bachelor degrees in Philosophy and Computer Science from the University of Colorado.

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