Category: People

Pastries and Champagne: The Launch

“Behind every good woman is a good man…isn’t that how the saying goes?” Laughter erupted through the crowd at Marcus Finley’s (paraphrased) opening quote and with that, Pastries and Champagne was officially launched. Delicious pastries and champagne from local and women-owned businesses were sorted throughout the room and securely in the hands of many of the…

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Journey to the Innovation Age?

I want to talk about how technology and further it’s constant innovation has brought about a new world filled with opportunity and creativity. I will acknowledge the growth and advancement of our earlier times, but will focus more on the development that has occurred in more recent times. The world has changed immensely in many…

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Have You Ever Wondered How and Why a Startup With Lots of Funding Failed?

Here is the story of Everpix Current Everpix site – After Demise Everpix made some fundamental mistakes despite being very intelligent and experienced entrepreneurs.  I came across an article about their rise and fall noted that the biggest mistake they made was by focusing on growth too late.  I believe their mistakes were much greater…

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DC’s Digital Inclusion Initiative Launches a Guide to Digital Citizenship: Here’s Why it Matters #TechTuesday

According to Washington, DC’s Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), Victor L. Hoskins, DC is the number one tech hotspot in North America. The cities diverse international culture which offer world-class museums and monuments, unique neighborhoods, and gorgeous common spaces, all compliment the local exchange of business and social goods. As the world of technology expands it’s impact and…

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Tech Roundup #TechTuesday

1) Twitter Gets A Facelift…and it looks like Facebook (but maybe better?) Twitter is gradually rolling out a major redesign of user profiles, starting on Tuesday. The new look, which Twitter was testing in February, adds a lot more user information and several new features — and it looks quite similar to Facebook’s user. Read more on this…

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Portrait of America via Google Glass #TechTuesday

Portrait of America The National Portrait Gallery presented ‘Portrait of America’. Headlining the lineup of President Day activities and exhibits, Artist David Datuna’s interactive flag sculpture used Google Glass technology to engage its audience. Prior to it’s open, visitors readied themselves to rush the museum in order to view this particular exhibit. Despite arriving later then scheduled to my own meet…

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