Yesterday | via Curbed
There's constant chatter about New York City's ever-growing technology sector-some even predict a general migration of trend-setting entrepreneurs and programming gurus from Silicon Valley to the Big Apple-and this week, New Yorkers have the opportunity to visit the offices of more than 130 tech companies and start-ups. As part of OpenCo. Comment?
Saturday | via Queerty
Mark Carson, a 32-year-old gay Brooklyn man, was shot and killed in New York's Greenwich Village last night following a shouting match with the gunman who hurled homophobic insults at his victim, according to the New York Times . Comment?
Saturday May 11 | via TheAlternativePress.com
Denise Kerth and Eric Rozenblat made history at Caldwell College 's 71st commencement on Saturday when each was awarded the first doctoral degrees ever to be conferred since the Catholic liberal arts college was founded by the Sisters of Saint Dominic in 1939. Comment?
Friday May 10 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
I hope my authenticity about what I do and who I am translates, and that's what will create something more. Comment?
Wednesday May 8 | via Business Wire
Now that mobile technology has freed workers from the shackles of their offices, a new survey conducted by Regus , the world's largest provider of flexible workplaces, set out to find how and where New Yorkers get work done. Comment?
Wednesday May 8 | via PRWeb
"Being close to our customers and in the middle of New York's media and technology scene is a huge advantage for Livefyre as our network expands." Livefyre, the leading provider of real-time social software, today announced it has opened a new office in New York's Chelsea District to support its East Coast customer base. Comment?
Tuesday May 7 | via The Washington Post
Verizon Communications Inc., the second-largest U.S. phone company, will sell or lease out about half the space in its Manhattan headquarters, part of a move to cut costs and raise cash in a rebounding real estate market. Comment?
Tuesday May 7 | via Freshnews
Today OpenCo , a new kind of conference-as-festival where the most innovative companies open their doors to the general public, announced the full list of 133 participating host companies for OpenCo New York and introduced a newly appointed OpenCoNY Advisory Council. Comment?
Tuesday May 7 | via Silicon Alley Insider
John Battelle, the founder of Web 2.0 Summit, Federated Media , and many other companies and conferences, has launched a new kind of business conference: OpenCo. Comment?