Ginx is a Twitter interface tool, founded by Randy Ching and Pierre Omidyar.
Ginx is a web-based Twitter client for links. Twitter has become a great way to share and discover links that enables users to stay more connected to what's going in the world.
Funding Rounds (1) - $2MUpdate
|Mar 23, 2009||CNet - ExecTweets: A sponsored Twitter app with twist - CNET|
|Feb 26, 2009||TechCrunch - Digg Is Working On a Toolbar To Go After StumbleUpon, TinyURL, and All The Rest|
|Feb 24, 2009||TechCrunch - Ginx Helps You Find And Follow The Experts on Twitter|
|Feb 24, 2009||CNet - Ginx does Twitter groups - CNET|
|Feb 12, 2009||TechCrunch - Why We Often Write About Twitter And Will Continue To Do So|
|Feb 11, 2009||TechCrunch - Ginx Reinvents Twitter's Interface For The Sake Of Sharing|
|Feb 11, 2009||TechCrunch - Ginx Reinvents Twitter’s Interface For The Sake Of Sharing|
|Jan 16, 2009||The Alarm Clock - Ginx raises 2000000 in unknown round|