I learned about a new German startup company, called Keeeb, from a friend in New York. I saw a demo of their product, gave some feedback, got involved, and became more impressed with what the company had created. One thing led to another and I became an investor and joined the board. See the press release for details. Keeeb provides a cloud-based service that allows knowledge workers to search, discover, share, and collaborate. Some estimate there are nearly a billion knowledge workers in the world. If you want to see a glimpse of the company, visit keeeb.com. I see great potential for Keeeb in many industrial and government segments. The NIH could use it to enable researchers to share more effectively. Consulting firms could use it to enhance collaboration among their consultants. Intelligence agents in government agencies could improve information sharing. The list goes on.