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Going Against the Flow: Chase Garbarino, CEO of VENTUREAPP

Chase Garbarino is CEO and co-founder of VENTUREAPP, a marketplace connecting startups and small businesses with experts and premium solution providers that will help their business. Prior to VENTUREAPP, Chase founded Streetwise Media, a digital media and events company, which was acquired by American City Business Journals in 2012. Show More Summary

Startups That Rock the Video World

It's easy to think of web video as beginning and ending with YouTube, but if you expand your field of vision, you'll find that there are a remarkable group of startups inviting new services and technology for sites and small businesses around video. Show More Summary

Growing Up in an Earthquake Zone Shaped My Vision for Smart Quake Sensor

Born and raised in Turkey, I lived through countless earthquakes. Turkey is one of the most earthquake-prone countries in the world, and I witnessed many casualties during these catastrophes. I have always been interested in earthquakes,...Show More Summary

10 Design Experience X-Factors

10 Design Experience X-Factors from Vala Afshar The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. - Albert Einstein "An organizational focus on design offers unique opportunities...Show More Summary

The Writers Workbench; Holiday Gifts 2015

I'm trying something a little different this year, and we'll see how it goes. In the past, I've had a Holiday Gift Guide, and published it appropriately for my December column. The problem with that, I've realized, is that that means it usually doesn't show up until perhaps the first week of December, at the earliest. Show More Summary

Thanksgiving 2025

This might be a controversial blog. My Thanksgiving was one filled with texting, Snapchat, Skyping, Facetime, Beam robots and ringing phones. Some people HATE the way technology impacts their family at gatherings – people on digitalShow More Summary

In Search of Elusive Apple iPad Deals

It's become something of a thanksgiving tradition, I take some electronics that are two or more years old - or have been cycled out of service and I put them up for sale on Craigslist. Once they're sold - which often takes little more...Show More Summary

The Vinyl of Photography

Ann Pattenden - Silkscreen print - ink on canvas - 36x48 In a piece in the NY Times today, Rob Walker comments on the 'return of the physical'; the fascination with all things analog - from printed books to vinyl records to over the air TV broadcasts and rabbit ear antennae. Show More Summary

This Is What a Day in the Life of a Tesla Intern Is Like

What's a day in the life of a Tesla intern like? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Eddie Lin, former Tesla Service Engineering...Show More Summary

Facebook "Most Used Words" App as Privacy Lesson

If you have an account on Facebook, you may have noticed posts featuring a nicely designed cloud comprised of the words that your Facebook friends use most often. It's powered by an app from a company called Vonvon, and it's been getting a lot of attention this week from consumer privacy experts. Show More Summary

Going Against the Flow: David Cohen, Co-Founder of Techstars

David Cohen is a co-founder and Managing Partner at Techstars. Previously, David was a founder of several software and web technology companies including Pinpoint Technologies(acquired by ZOLL Medical Corporation), (sold to Show More Summary

Cybercrime Costs Us $500 Billion Every Year -- How Not to Get Phished Before the Holidays!

$500 Billion is the estimated cost of cybercrime as of 2015 based on various reports. How does that affect business and what fears and opportunities that it present for tomorrow? Let's take a different perspective. According to the World Economic Forum, a majority of cybercrime overall goes undetected. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Castree On Videology's "Sand, Rocks & Boulders"

FORT LAUDERDALE -- It's one of the major ad tech vendors promising to define the emerging video advertising space. But what is going on at Videology lately? The way North America MD Tim Castree describes, Videology is a little bit like geology... Show More Summary

Can Artificial Intelligence Save Thanksgiving?

REI, the outdoor retail company, has made headlines in recent weeks for its decision to not only remain closed on Thanksgiving and Black Friday, but also to provide all 12,000 of its employees with paid time off on those days. As Shep...Show More Summary

The Future of the Internet of Things Is Amazing, If We Don't Muck It Up

As I write this, about 3.2 billion humans are connected to the Internet, communicating with each other and sharing information. But, we're hardly alone in cyberspace. Machines are also doing the same, communicating and sharing information with each other and with us, over essentially the same complex and connected global mesh. Show More Summary

Don't Blame Encryption for the Paris Terrorist Attacks

In a recent post, my Niskanen Center colleague David Bier has rebuffed the claims that refugees flowing into Europe were the culprits responsible for the attacks in Paris last week. Major news outlets and American politicians have been...Show More Summary

Top Signs Your Business Needs a New Website

Two decades ago, a website had about the same use as a business card. Websites were typically a reference tool used by customers to look up a business's phone number or address and that was about all they were good for. Today, a website is the most important sales tool a business controls. Show More Summary

Not Cool -- the Unlucky Kickstarter Investors Behind the Coolest Cooler

I understand and appreciate what it takes to start a business from scratch. I started mine out of my apartment in 1999 with an idea for a unique and novel head-shaver (called HeadBlade) and a little over $150K in start-up funds. I had to learn, quickly and on the fly, what it meant to take an idea and turn it into an actual product. Show More Summary

What the Legendary Clayton Christensen Gets Wrong About Uber, Tesla and Disruptive Innovation

For a generation of CEOs, Clayton Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma was a guiding light on how to survive industry disruptions. His book educated business executives on where competition would emerge from and how to respond to the threats. Show More Summary

Your Connected Home in 2020...

It was crazy to think there was a time that it had been called the smart home. She could not remember when the clever marketing sleight of hand happened and it had become the 'Connected Home'. She was living in it now though. It hadShow More Summary

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