Our Roving Reporter Sneaks an Inside Look at Revver
So my wife's back from Hollywood. Nothing she did there struck me as terribly interesting except for her visit to Revver. Here's what we learned from that visit. 1) Revver has groove. The people were really cool to her.
2) Revver has no tchotchke. This was a huge dissappointment for me. Hopefully we'll soon have the ability to convert our revtag revenue into Revver toys. It will be like when my wife worked at the Gap one Christmas, and her entire paycheck (and more) went back to the Gap for merchandise.
3) Revver is cheap. That's actually good news I think. Sparse offices, no Web 1.0 eccentricities like exposed brick, expensive chairs and dog daycare services. Most of the folks involved in Revver have been through the bubble burst and know they'd rather be part of a successfull startup even if the sign on the wall was printed on an inkjet someone bought on eBay for $19.