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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Dabble: The Marketplace to Teach Your Passion [VIDEO]

Ever since I first saw Anchorman in theaters, the word dabble has been an extensive part of my vocabulary. For all of you who don’t know which scene I’m referencing, it’s when Veronica Corningstone asks if Ron Burgundy plays the jazz flute, and he…

IADB Can Build You a Website in Less Than 90 Seconds [VIDEO]

Anybody can start a website these days – it’s one of the many benefits to living in a technology-focused world. However, maintaining a website becomes an entirely different beast to manage in its own right. That is, a lot of people settle for a template…

Don’t End Texts With a Period – You’ll Come Off As a Jerk

Do you know anybody that routinely ends their texts with periods? If you do, researchers led by Binghamton University’s Celia Klin report that text messages ending in a period are perceived as being less sincere, probably because the people sending them are heartless. It’s a…

SocialRank Builds for the Future: It’s All About Collaboration

According to the folks over at SocialRank, the past ten years have seen brands, agencies, and organizations spend countless hours and billions of dollars putting together massive audiences on social media. It’s a crucial step for anybody these days actually, especially people involved in the…

Crowdfunding is Saving These Syrian Refugees

Over the weekend, Humans of New York got an email from a very special somebody – Edward Norton. Why? The popular platform had posted a story about a Syrian refugee in America during the week, and Norton was touched so deeply by the story…

Google is Shipping Free Star Wars Cardboard Headsets

I know at least ten different people who have requested to take next Friday off from work. Why? What’s the big deal? What happens next Friday? If you’ve been living under a rock, it’s the official release of the new Star Wars movie! Everybody…

BuzzFeed Food: Spice Up Your Weekend Meals

It’s Friday, and everybody is winding down to the weekend. I don’t know about you, but I love to try new, fun things on the weekends with my free time. I hike a lot of new trails, surf new beaches, but one of my…

Forget Gifts, Send a Lump of Coal This Year Instead

Remember when Ship Your Enemies Glitter opened up last January? It’s the service where you could mail your friends, family, and enemies a package of glitter that would explode upon being opened. The point being glitter is impossible to clean up and it’s fun to…

Elevating Online Coding Education Via On Demand Mentorship

What’s one of the biggest things holding back online education courses? For a lot of people, the simple answer is that they have no outside assistance or help aside from the internet. It’s why people still choose to go into a physical classroom to…

Freeletics is Spreading Personalized, Mobile Fitness Worldwide

When it comes to work, travel, and socialization, millenials are living increasingly mobile lifestyles. As society in general continues to rely on freedom from time and geographic constraints, personalization is becoming a major consumer demand across all markets, but it’s especially strong in the…

Chance Barnett Talks Title III and the Future for Crowdfunder

Chance Barnett Talks Title III and the Future for Crowdfunder

Back in October the SEC voted on and decided to implement Title III of the JOBS Act, which brings non accredited investors full force into the equity crowdfunding world. It was a massive decision that effectively sets the stage for crowdfunding to continue the…

Coder Foundry is Giving East Coast Coders A Competitive Edge

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Bluntly speaking, the coding skills gap is exploding. As it currently stands, there are around 120,000 new computer science jobs created in the US each year, with just 49,000 annual university students graduating with Computer Science degrees. Furthermore, even the most elite, expensive universities…

Meet the Winner of Atlassian’s 2015 Codegeist Hackathon

In 2015, András Kora, Anton Kovach, Alan Hawkins, Gabor Madi, Krisztian Kocsis, and Laszlo Minczer applied to the Atlassian Codegeist add-on Hackathon. Together, the group of entrepreneurs from ShiwaForce.com built out a niche software add-on that they were confident could take home the gold. As…