Zyb = "burning hot" contacts backup is also a feature of ShoZu

Morten Lund says "Zyb’s hot" (in typically understated Danish style ;-)) and points to coverage at PopGadget and GizmodoZyb is a contacts backup / share service that’s free forever.  That’s one up on Fred Wilson’s Freemium but then it ain’t expensive to deliver.  It’s obviously a useful service;  it’s based on SyncML so some kind of action is required (I assume) to make sure the synch works.  The only issue I can see which getting so much buzz in the US is that I’ll bet it does not work on Verizon

I wanted to point out that "zero click" automatic backup is a feature of ShoZu, one of our babies (well, adolescent / young adult really) that I mentioned before, as a by-product of the abililty to synch rich media and receive off-operator broadcasts.  Here is a partial view of my contacts backup page on Shozu.  I had kind of forgotten about this little plus until reading Morten, so there we go.

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