Monthly Archives: June 2011

This Means War: Google Officially Enters the Battle for Social-Networking Dominance

This has been an eventful week in the world of social networking. Rumor has it that Myspace is going on sale for a pitiful $30 million (after being purchased in 2006 for $580 million), and will experience a heavy wave … Continue reading

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The Next Frontier: New Laws to Regulate Technology

I often come across collections of laws, and I can’t help but take a peak through whatever list has been compiled. Of course, I’m not interested in useful laws which are relevant to my life and the lives of those … Continue reading

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Startup Weekend: One Businessman’s Dream of Revitalizing Hartford

What can you accomplish in one weekend? Could you build a new deck, replant your garden, or explore the contents of a museum? How about taking a fledgling idea and turning it into a company: constructing a business plan, finding … Continue reading

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