The Y Combinator Class of Summer 2010

8/16/10Follow @wroush

YC-dropshadowThis summer and fall we’re featuring profiles of selected companies participating in the Summer 2010 session at Mountain View, CA-based startup school Y Combinator. “YC S10″ companies spent the summer gearing up for the program’s climax, “Demo Day” pitches to investors on August 24.

August 11: InDinero Co-founder Sees “Humungous” Market in Small Business Expense Tracking

August 16: 1000Memories Confronts Death by Celebrating Lives

August 17: The Eyes Have It: GazeHawk Introduces Low-Cost Eye Tracking Studies for Web Designers

August 18: Hipmunk, Conceived by David Pogue’s Teenage Co-Author, Embarks on Mission to Make Travel Search Easier

August 23: Rapportive’s “Social CRM” Gmail Plugin Makes E-mail Social Again

August 26: AdGrok’s Grandiose Proposition: Replacing the “Craptacular” Google AdWords Interface

September 15: The Fridge: Private Mini-Facebooks that Put Social Networking in Context

September 20: Do You Know Where Your Child (or Husband or Girlfriend) Is? Whereoscope Can Tell You

October 26: OhLife’s Daily E-Mails Motivate A New Wave of Online Diarists

Also see these related Y Combinator stories:

The Definitive Y Combinator Demo Day Debrief, August 25

How the B-School Dropouts at Bump Are Filling a Big Gap in Mobile Communications, September 13

Anybots, Y Combinator’s Housemate, Brings Remote-Controlled Robots to the White-Collar World, September 24

CarWoo Promises Car Buyers Hassle-Free Quotes Online, Raises $4.2 Million, October 13

Mark Zuckerberg Goes to Startup School [Video], October 18

Wade Roush is a contributing editor at Xconomy. Follow @wroush