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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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: …

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…

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…

Can Google’s AI Alter the Future for Marketers?

With the development of artificial intelligence (AI) seemingly everywhere these days – with startups utilizing AI considered the most fund-worthy by Y Combinator and many consumer electronics utilizing AI technology –  it leaves a lot of questions to be answered for …

20 Seattle Startups You Need to Pay Attention to

Today officially marks the final day of Seattle Startup Week, but that doesn’t mean entrepreneurship and innovation will be taking any pause as we wait for next year’s event. If anything, Seattle’s tech ecosystem will continue to grow to new heights and be …

Get Ready Seattle, Startup Week is Heading Your Way

What is it that makes an ordinary city blossom into a robust tech hub? It’s a question that pervades the minds of almost everybody involved in building a tech ecosystem in a city, all the way from the locals up to the VC investors….

Hard Hitting Hardware: Reviewing Dyson’s Pure Cool Fan

Popular opinion would say that San Diego doesn’t have any seasonal change. I disagree entirely, albeit our seasons are different than most of the continental US. In fact, I like to joke around and say that we have four seasons: spring, fall, summer, and second…

Have you Ever Wondered How Healthy Your Lungs Are?

Time and time again I’ve made mention that young, college entrepreneurs aren’t to be ignored. Case in point: Andrew Brimer and Abby Cohen have studied entrepreneurship at Washington University in St. Louis, been invited to a UN Summit to pitch their idea, and were…

Meater Helps you Get a Perfect Steak, Every Time

If you’ve got even a modicum of grilling experience under your belt, then you know it only takes a few moments of inattention to totally ruin a good cut of meat. In my opinion, one of the best tools you can have aside from…