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Boulder

What Do We Need for Mass Adoption of Smart Home Tech?

By | Nov 20, 2015 at 5:00 pm

Anybody who watches college basketball knows who Coach K is. He wrote a book about Duke’s 2001 National Championship journey, and in it he has a brilliant quote: “There are five fundamental points that can help make a team great: communication, trust, collective responsibility, caring,…

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San Francisco

ZenHub: Bringing Order to Task Management Chaos

By | Nov 3, 2015 at 10:00 pm

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…

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Utah

Movement Ventures Brings Boombox out of Stealth Mode

By | Oct 23, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Movement Ventures was built by a collective of talented entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, marketers, and geeks all focused on building interactive content tools for publishers and marketers. In fact, if you’ve seen any interactive quizzes, polls, or lists on sites like CBS, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Time, The…

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San Francisco

Extending a Free, Open Source Community to Our Students

By | Oct 12, 2015 at 5:00 pm

Matt Butler, the cofounder of ZenHub, might be one of the more pro-open source community enthusiasts I’ve come across in my time in the tech world. On a personal level, I’m a huge fan,  but I think Butler says it better than I could: “As…

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Casual: The Visual Approach To Project Management

By | Oct 10, 2015 at 10:00 am

“Project management re- imagined” – Casual website says. It’s true in many ways,as this tool transforms each project plan into awesome, step-by-step visual maps. The Casual approach to project management is drastically different from what is now offered by other tools.  While most tools…

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San Francisco

HelpCrunch Expands Live Chat Services Into a Web Platform

By | Oct 8, 2015 at 7:20 pm

HelpCrunch has only been available since the end of May 2015, and they’ve only been available to mobile users. However, when I spoke with them during their launch, the team indicated that it would only be a matter of time before they rolled out…

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Can Vesess Help Taxis Take on Uber and Lyft?

By | Oct 1, 2015 at 10:00 pm

All over the country we hear tales of Uber and Lyft getting banned or allowed: sometimes the taxi commissions win and sometimes they lose. Most recently, it happened in Las Vegas legally and St. Louis somewhat questionably. In the cities where the taxi commissions…

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San Francisco

Minbox is Unifying Multiple Cloud Services Into One

By | Sep 30, 2015 at 2:00 pm

I came across a company, Minbox, that thinks the multibillion dollar enterprise file sync and share market is undergoing a dramatic paradigm shift. As they say, it’s a change that’s been looming on the horizon for a long time. What’s happening is that files…

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Las Vegas

LaunchKey Rolls Out a New WordPress Security Plugin

By | Sep 23, 2015 at 10:00 pm

Did you know that nearly 25 percent of the internet runs on WordPress? Just to put it in perspective, that’s about 74,000,000 different websites all running the engine – it’s pretty staggering to think about. Like any website on the internet, WordPress sites can…

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San Francisco

Marketers Need to Deliver Individualized Experiences

By | Aug 17, 2015 at 9:00 pm

Whenever I talk with marketing related startups they most always say variations of the same thing: traditional marketing inundates consumers with generic noise across all channels. It’s this one-to-many approach that, they tell me, is increasingly inefficient. It’s honestly not that hard to see…

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San Francisco

Website Searches Need to Offer Relevant Content

By | Aug 11, 2015 at 6:11 pm

How many times have you gone to search through a website or forum only to find that the search function is absolute garbage? It happens to me almost every day, and I’d wager it happens to a lot of you as well. Honestly, it’s…

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San Francisco

Keepy: Making the Absolute Most of Childhood Memories

By | Aug 7, 2015 at 9:00 pm

In one way or another, everybody’s parents preserve their children’s memorabilia. Maybe it’s boxes upon boxes of old photographs, or perhaps it’s just a box filled with old toys and clothes sitting in the attic. Regardless, the sentiment is the same: people want to…

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NYC

Maybe You’ve Got too Much Data: What’s Important?

By | Aug 7, 2015 at 9:00 am

I was reading the other day that over 90 percent of the entire Earth’s data was generated in only the last few years. It’s a shocking statistic, no doubt, but where some are amazed New York based Correlate is concerned. You see, according to…

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Boston

Ruxit Shows the World a Different Side of Artificial Intelligence

By | Jul 30, 2015 at 8:00 pm

For better or worse, people are innovating with artificial intelligence (AI) a lot these days. To that end AI has become more main stream, hitting both consumer technologies and enterprise level companies equally even though some have big reservations about it. Ruxit has made…