Thursday, April 24, 2008

Disney and Mitsubishi Partner with Digital Post Interactive - DGLP / Interview with CEO Michael Sawtell

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TheFamilyPost.com is a place online where families can share their most precious family moments in a secure, elegant, and personalized way. Powered by the latest Web 2.0 technologies from DigitalPost Interactive, TheFamilyPost.com enables even the most novice Internet users to create their own, professional-looking websites in minutes where they can store and share videos, photos, family stories and more.

Located near the coast of Southern California in Orange County, The Family Post, Inc. began in 2005 as an inspiration of founder and CEO Michael Sawtell. Mike, a first-time father at 47 years old, had just completed a five-year run as president and COO of a publicly traded Internet advertising company. As he had been cautioned would happen, Mike began pursuing the new full-time job documenting the life of his one-year-old daughter! Frustrated with storing his precious family photos and video clips in email boxes and photo printing sites, it occurred to him there had to be a more accessible and aesthetically pleasing way to share this priceless digital media with friends and relatives. The "wallpaper" designs and limited interfaces offered by other family website companies left him desiring much more, and as a result the concept for The Family Post was born.

The man behind the next big thing?
Interview with CEO Michael Sawtell


TAKE THE LEAP INTO A FAMILY WEBSITE
Chicago Tribune, January 22, 2008
Veteran tech advisor Eric Gwinn shows consumers how to get the most from their post-Holiday media with TheFamilyPost.com. MORE

10 GREAT APPS TO PRESERVE MEMORIES
PC Magazine, November 2007
TheFamilyPost.com tops the magazine’s list of great ways to preserve family memories online. MORE

SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR FAMILIES
PC Magazine / AppScout, March 7, 2007
PC Magazine’s Kyle Monson reviews TheFamilyPost.com v3.0… MORE

THE FAMILYPOST.COM SHOWS WEB 2.0 CAN MAKE MONEY
AOL Money & Finance, November 13, 2006
Tom Taulli discusses the next big thing: The Family Post as money-making Web 2.0… MORE

THE NEXT BIG THING: WHERE IS WEB 2.0 GOING?
AOL Money & Finance, November 7, 2006
Last week, Tom was a moderator at a conference called TiECON SOUTHWEST 2006 in Anaheim, CA… MORE

QUALITY SCREEN TIME
OCRegister, September 6, 2006
The Family Post...a secure Web site that's easy to use, affordable and looks cool… MORE

OC WEBSITES THAT DELIVER
OC Metro, June 22, 2006
These 10 sites, all based in Orange County, deliver Great SoCal content in attractive packages… MORE

FAMILY POST LAUNCHES WITH COMPELLING FUSION OF FUNCTIONAL AND TRADITIONAL HOSTING
Tier 1 Research, June 8, 2006
T1R is intrigued by this unique model as it has the potential to replace multiple functional services… MORE

CREATE A FAMILY WEBSITE
OC Metro, Nov 15, 2005
A Newport firm creates Web pages that help people stay in touch with distant relatives… MORE

WEBSITES KEEP FAMILY POSTED
Daily Pilot, October 31, 2005
A Newport firm creates Web pages that help people stay in touch with distant relatives… MORE

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