Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) by Peter Chee Guest Columnist: Double-digit unemployment, challenging economic times and other reasons for career reinvention have created a community of independent business professionals seeking places to do business beyond the local coffee shop. Read on to consider options to serve members of what best-selling author Daniel Pink
Ever since the Parnassus Group started putting together Twitter Conferences in March of 2009, they have thought that the next wave of digital innovation is going to be built by ordinary geeks on top of the rich and emerging foundation of social data platforms. All kinds of cool things are being
Ignite Seattle was tonight and it was the 10th time it has happened. I have to say tonight's Ignite was the best one that I've attended. The speakers were great and everyone one of them did a great job. I went to the Ignite Prefunk event at Pintxo which was coordinated
I saw an article and video on Tech Flash by Todd Bishop and thought it was pretty cool. The moment this app is available, I'm definitely going to download it and put it on the thinkspace iPad. Right now our cable boxes are tucked inside the server room
I fall into a classic pitfall that many entrepreneurs fall into -- I have a tendency to look so far out at the horizon, pushing and pressing after the goals that have been created. As I get closer to the goal, I merely just push the finish line further out.
I've always thought of my friend Nicole Donnelly, founder of Baby Legs, as being absolutely fearless. She defines it. Look up the word "fearless" and you see a picture of Nicole. I see her as a person that see's no walls or if she does she goes right through them.
I got contacted by Tyler Hurst @tdhurst to see if thinkspace would be interested in doing a screening for "Lemonade The Movie" created by Erik Proulx @eproulx. After watching the trailer, it brought back the memories of my past back when I got laid off from a startup that I
This weekend I finally sat down and figured out how to tether my iPad to my Windows Mobile phone. After getting it connected I'm so glad that I didn't wait and buy the iPad 3G which costs $629 + $30/mo or $360/yr. for a data plan. In order to figure this
I haven't done a post like this in a long time, but, here goes a product review. I recently decided to get an external drive to backup my MacBook Pro, iMac's, Desktop PC's, and servers in the office. All of our stuff is backed up to a file server which