The "clicker" is an almost universally used name for a remote device which creates interactivity between a presenter and audience or which simply advances content in a presentation. The only problem? They don't click. Time to rename that device.
In the world of the consumer, competition is a great thing. In the world of the entrepreneur, competition can also be a great thing. In the world of the Internet start-up, however, competition is, without doubt, the snotty tissue filled with H1N1 virus that one takes great pains to avoid. Just ask Ryan Janssen, the founder of SetJam, an online viewing guide and search engine for TV shows.