How much money can there actually be in calendar web apps? The Series B funding to the tune of $8 million for Seattle start-up Trumba reported by PEW puts nearly $30 million in the funding pool. (Zimbra, $18 million; Airset, $2 million)Trumba charges $40 a year for its version. Matt Marshall wonders if this signifies a change in strategy — will they give it away instead? The funding comes from new investor Oak Investment Partners and existing investors Kleiner Perkins and August Capital.
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