I have been using Spotify for over a year now and I believe it has redefined streaming music.Now I think it's redefining personal and social music.
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Capturing the atmosphere of the Silicon Valley tech experience.
Mike Arrington and Erick Schonfeld opened TechCrunch Disrupt in the abandoned 80,000 sq. ft office of Merrill Lynch in the Lower West Village of NYC this morning.
When people hear the world "hack", they think of something negative: a spammer or troll trying to get at your personal information. But a hack, in the context of Hack Day, means to build something interesting in a short amount of time.
Mike Arrington is hosting TechCrunch Disrupt in Manhattan this week, a three-day extravaganza for startups, entrepreneurs, developers, bloggers, and the media. But today is Hack Day, organized by the man himself Chad Dickerson.
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Mashup and mold your meal into the shape of the state you live in, and snap a picture. This is one of the challenges you can participate in with SCVNGR.
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For the next few days, I will be stationed in the midwest covering the 2nd annual Big Omaha.I had a chance to chat with Big Omaha founder Jeff Slobotski last month to learn what this conference is all about and what his organization is doing.
Transit by definition is "location". Bay Area Rapid Transit setup a partnership with Foursquare last year, creating a badge for user when they checkin to multiple BART stations.
San Francisco is being infiltrated this week with marketing gurus, web developers, and social media manufacturers at Web 2.0 Expo.
It's a bold move to build a social location app today, but Kevin Systorm doesn't care about that.I was introduced to Burbn by a friend who claimed, "it's like a Foursquare game".
Next month, I'll be heading to Omaha, Nebraska for a tech conference. Yep, you heard correctly; they are having an interactive web conference in the heartland and I'll be covering it right here.
Ted Morgan, CEO of Skyhook Wireless on the growth of locationSkyhook has spent seven years to make location work. Over 200 million wi-fi access points, 1.
Kati London from Area/Code spoke at Where 2.0 today in San Jose.
At Where 2.0, a company called Parrot (who usually dabbles in bluetooth headsets), demoed a flying augmented reality drone for the crowd.