Will is a Senior Writer with Tech.Co, based out of America's Finest City: San Diego. He covers all territory West of the Mississippi river, digging deep for awesome local entrepreneurs, companies, and ideas. He's the resident Android junkie and will be happy to tell you why you should switch to the OS. When he's off the clock, Will focuses his literary talent on the art of creative writing...or you might find him surfing in Ocean Beach.

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LA and SF Prepare to Receive the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator Tour

We are proud to partner with Microsoft Ventures to promote their Machine Learning Accelerator in Seattle. Read the full series of stories, as they are published, here. This fall, the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator Tour will be stopping off in 11 different cities across the US. It’s all…

“You’re the Heartbeat of Where Vegas is Going” [VIDEO]

The very first speaker we had on the docket for our third annual Tech Cocktail Celebrate Conference was none other than the twenty-second Mayor of Las Vegas, Mayor Carolyn Goodman. She took the stage like a gale force wind, which isn’t surprising given that…

Make Your Next Tattoo a DIY Tattoo

Here’s a fun question for you to think about: do you trust yourself enough to self-tattoo something on your own body? I ask because Dazed & Confused Magazine writer Thomas Gorton published an article this morning about a “personal tattoo gun that lets you…

How do We Help Fix US Healthcare Spending?

As it stands, the US spends 2.5 times more on healthcare per capita than other developed nations like France and the UK. What’s more, these counties boast significantly higher life expediencies than the US does. So, where’s all this extra money going? Well, RubiconMD…

SkaterTrainer Crushes Their v2.0 Indiegogo Goal

At SXSW this past year I met an entrepreneur from Tulsa, Oklahoma who was applying his engineering prowess to skateboards through his company SkaterTrainer. Specifically, Roger Hansen was helping people get past that incredibly overwhelming barrier to entry for the sport: learning tricks. It’s the single…

Fête Attempts to Understand the Psychology of Events

Fete Attempts to Understand the Psychology of Events

Interacting with other people face-to-face is considered the best way to communicate for many people. Why would you want to talk on the phone, email, or video conference when you could simply meet up and talk over coffee? It’s more relaxing, there’s less data…

This Is How One College Student Dominated the Real Estate Market

When Will Caldwell came back from a semester studying abroad he was getting set to enter his junior year at the University of San Diego (USD). There was a slight problem, though: he was freaking out because he was an accounting major and realized…

Wisecrack’s Entrepreneurial Journey Led to a YouTube Gold Mine

When Jacob Salamon and Jared Bauer met each other freshman year at UT-Austin, they were sitting in an astronomy class. As the two got to talking, it came out that Salamon was in the business school while Bauer attended the film school. They became…

Seattle Startup Week Speaks: What Makes Seattle so Great?

Going into Seattle Startup Week, sponsored by Chase for Business, I had a few self-set directives for getting niche content designed to help showcase the Seattle tech ecosystem. On the top of the list was to embed myself into the community as much as…

Aspirus Might be the Most Technological Standing Desk Yet

As a result of health concerns over sedentary lifestyles, we’ve seen standing desks become a fixture. Some experts recommend that humans stand for around two to four hours a day, but most jobs require that we sit for sometimes eight hours a day. It’s…

Somebody Made 3D Printed Cat Armor!

Print That Thing maker, and designer, Jwall recently showed us that the boundaries of what we can 3D-print are only limited by our imaginations. You see, he wanted to do something special for his cat on Halloween this year, so he got to designing a…

How to Overcome the Challenges of Virtual Office Work

Back in 1995 only about nine percent of all US workers telecommuted to work. Telecommuting is another way to say that these peopleworked from home, were part of a virtual office, or were part of an electronically distributed workforce. In the decade that followed…

ZenHub: Bringing Order to Task Management Chaos

Does the name ZenHub ring any bells? It totally should, because I covered their platform about two weeks ago: cofounder Matt Butler talked a lot about how extending an open source, coding community to students could only be a good thing. Butler and his…

Gener8tor Gets Set to Showcase Their Seventh Cohort

Back in August the Milwaukee based, top 15 ranked accelerator gener8tor officially welcomed five startup companies to their program. Well, the 12 week program is finally coming to a close, and each startup has received strong support with regard to building community, raising capital, getting…

Facebook is Teaching Their AI How to See and Understand

It seems like everywhere I look these days is something about artificial intelligence (AI). Only yesterday I wrote about how Google is using their AI script to help search engine marketers shape a new future for their industry. In the article, I mentioned that…