Now that the iPad has launched, iPhone OS4 was announced and reviews have been written, we can finally write about something other than Apple. Because of the first ever Chirp conference, Twitter owned the news this week. I have already talked about Twitter purchasing Tweetie and Twitter’s advertising models. So, I am not going to… Read More Twitter Details Plans To Become Micro-Google
Over the course of this past week, a few blog posts got me thinking. If you are not one of the major tech hubs of Silicon Valley, Boston, New York City or Boulder, do people have a way to find out what is going on in your city? Jesse Stay mentioned that Utah has a… Read More Does Your Local Tech Community Have A PR Problem?
We have seen that YCombinator officially moved to Silicon Valley, and TechStars opened an office in Boston. Both areas are technology hubs. Why does this matter? I have heard the arguments about the proximity of excellent universities, but this does not really explain why those two areas are considered so much hotter than others. New… Read More Does Location Really Matter?