This Week at Founders Network1 min read

Check out media coverage, news and milestones of Founders Network startups and founders.

Charles Armstrong, TourWristCharles Armstrong, Founder and of CEO TourWrist. TourWrist has received seed investment totaling $1.25 million – in preparation for an anticipated Series A in 2013. Read about it on the TourWrist blog, VentureBeat, or Tnooz. TourWrist is the leading platform empowering consumers to shoot, discover and share 360-degree panoramic images via smartphones, tablets and computers.

Domingo Guerra, Founder and President of Appthority. Appthority was featured on VentureBeat in Web search + app search, together at last: integrates Quixey app search results. The Appthority Platform™ is a cloud-based solution that automatically quantifies the enterprise risk of apps. Read more about Appthority in the news here.

Linden Tibbetts of IFTTT. IFTTT was featured on Mashable in How IFTTT is Changing the Way We Do Things on the Web. IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement: if this then that.

Matthew Faustman, Founder of UpCounsel. UpCounsel graduated from AngelPad. Read about it on their blog or TechCrunch. UpCounsel is a business to business marketplace for legal services.

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  1. News of the week – congrats Charles for the funding! Well deserved and now the real work begins! :)

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