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Should everyone have Groove?

posted on September 19, 2018 by Katasi in Featured

Should everyone have Groove? When we are asked about our company and product by parents, it takes only a few minutes for them to fully comprehend that Groove is simply a way to notify your mobile phone carrier when a family member is driving so that the carrier can limit distractions at the network level […]


Time Management Lesson From a Rattlesnake

posted on July 6, 2016 by Katasi in Featured

Time Management Lesson From a Rattlesnake I always wondered if I would recognize the sound. I dreaded hearing it, but I was even more afraid of what would happen if I didn’t hear it. But that sound? It’s unmistakable. And when I finally did hear it that day last summer, I knew it immediately: that […]


Message from Scott Tibbitts, CEO and Founder, Katasi

posted on December 17, 2015 by Katasi in Featured

“Where are you traveling?” “What do you do?” Invariably, on a long flight or at a social dinner with people I have just met, I hear these questions. Being a storyteller at heart, and prone to long discourse, I have learned to be succinct: “Our company invented a device called Groove that stops texting while […]


Texting While Parenting: Monkey See, Monkey Do

posted on November 20, 2015 by Michelle Beard in Featured

Distracted Parenting Last week I was passed a young woman walking with her daughter on a path near my home. It’s not uncommon for me to see parents and kids together here; we were on a well used walkway that runs along a shallow creek cherished by neighborhood children for the treasures it hosts: thumbnail-sized […]


Meet Scott Tibbitts. Meet Katasi’s Groove.

posted on September 8, 2015 by Michelle Beard in Featured

Meet Scott Tibbitts. Musician. Storyteller. Entrepreneur. Engineer. Father. In 2008, Scott Tibbitts arrived for a meeting in Denver, CO with Dave Sueper: husband, father of two, and vice president of an engineering company Scott was looking to work with. Even though Scott and Dave had never met– this would have been their first meeting–Scott was […]