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End of the Year Thoughts From SoCal High Tech Influencers

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In your opinion, what events, companies, or people made the biggest impact on the technology world in 2010? Who are the people here you think will most influence the technology world in the coming year? What are the technologies, companies, or things you think the community ought to pay the most attention to in 2011? opinion high technology thoughts year

Silicon Beach Fest Expands Event Lineup, Sets Keynotes

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Silicon Beach--the self-appointed name that has been used to describe many parts of Southern California''s tech community, but which has seemed to have centered itself over Santa Monica and surrounding towns--has no shortage of events and conferences.

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Events.com: Creating A New Events Management Software Giant, with Gregg Parise

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Is the world ready for another event management software provider? Gregg Parise What we are doing, is we are going into the event management software space, and doing it through a platform technology.

LA Startups Gather At Twiistup

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Los Angeles area startups and would-be entrepreneurs were gathered Thursday as a part of the annual Twiistup technology conference, being held at the Skirball Center. twiistup twiistup8 venture capital startup pitch conference funding fundraising technology high tech silicon valley

Corporate Social Responsibility & High Tech

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As chair of a non-profit technology association -- known as the AeA ( www.aeanet.org ) -- I am leading a local effort to educate high tech executives & future decision makers on the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility. As you might be aware, the AeA markets itself as the largest association of high-tech companies in the United States – with about 2,300 companies – representing all segments of the industry and 1.8

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What Mattered in 2012: Kevin Winston, Digital LA

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For the last week of the year, we're featuring the thoughts and reflections of some of the movers and shakers of Southern California's high tech community. In your opinion, what events, companies, or people made the biggest impact on the technology world this year?

The 8th Annual Long Beach Soundwalk! | Art Mediums From Random Materials to High Tech

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The result for Soundwalk was a very organic-tech experience, with instruments and normal objects as the base supplemented by midi controllers, sound modulators, phase shifters, and digital reverberators of all kinds. It’s definitely not a music event. What is sound art?

LA's Innovators Get Spotlight, But Investors Cautious

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The magazine turned its attention this month towards the Los Angeles innovation and technology economy in a section guest edited by StartEngine co-founder Howard Marks , including a reception held Wednesday evening at the Viceroy in Santa Monica.

Two Bit Circus Gets $6.5M To Take STEAM Carnival National

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The company--best known for its production of the STEAM Carnival, an carnival-themed event which features high tech games but provides science and technology learning opportunities for kids--said the new funding will be used to expand STEAM Carnival into a national brand. Los Angeles-based Two Bit Circus , the producer of STEM-related, experiential entertainment led by Brent Bushnell, has raised $6.5M in a Series A funding.

OC Tech Alliances Set To Become Part Of OCTANe

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The OC Tech Alliance , one of the groups supporting the technology industry in Orange County, says it will become part of another local industry group, OCTANe , effective December 31st. The two--who had announced their intent to merge in September--will be merging their various events and activities. As part of the merger, current members of the OC Tech Alliance must re-join and become an OCTANe member, according to the group.

First Ever Startup Weekend Orange County Live!

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Maneesh focuses on the medical information technology markets. Maneesh has more than nine years of product development and operational experience in the high tech industry. Through Tech Coast Angels, he has screened in excess of four hundred start-up companies.

Orange County's OCTANe, OCVG Merge

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Two major orange county technology advocacy and business groups, OCTANe and the Orange County Venture Group (OCVG) said today that they have merged their organizations. Both groups have regularly run events geared toward the high tech market in Orange County. Tags: octane ocvg orange county technology event organization venture capital group nonprofit

Top 57 Online Startups Meets Technology Meets Product Posts for November 2010

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I continue to collect great content that is the intersection of startups, products, online and technology. 20 Recommended Quora Threads for Startups - ReadWriteStart , November 1, 2010 The Q&A site Quora has become an indispensable trove of knowledge and expertise when it comes to the tech industry. The Scene Will Kill You - Brad Hargreaves , November 7, 2010 If you’ve taken a deep dive into tech startups, you know about the scene.

Learning is Fun with Two Bit Circus’ STEAM Carnival

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Geeks, Tinkerers, Intellectuals and Nerds of all ages, we are delighted to present to you, Two Bit Circus and their highly anticipated S.T.E.A.M. A wondrous place designed for kids to learn that Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math are not only interconnected, but fun to boot.

Xconomy is Growing: We Need Great Salespeople in SF, Texas, and NY

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And over this time, we have cultivated a reputation for outstanding news coverage and events across high-tech business sectors—from information technology to life sciences and beyond.

What Mattered in 2012: Erik Rannala of MuckerLab

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For the last week of the year, we're featuring the thoughts and reflections of some of the movers and shakers of Southern California's high tech community. In your opinion, what events, companies, or people made the biggest impact on the technology world this year?

Los Angeles County Technology Week

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Friday, October 21, 2011 -- Los Angeles County Technology Week. The 10th Annual Techweek will be hosted once again at the award-winning Business Technology Center of Los Angeles County - California's largest high tech business incubator located in Altadena (near Caltech, JPL and other major research institutions). Through them, Los Angeles County's technology cluster is rapidly expanding and quickly becoming a leading sector of our regional economy.

Los Angeles County Technology Week

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Thursday, October 20, 2011 -- Los Angeles County Technology Week. The 10th Annual Techweek will be hosted once again at the award-winning Business Technology Center of Los Angeles County - California's largest high tech business incubator located in Altadena (near Caltech, JPL and other major research institutions). Through them, Los Angeles County's technology cluster is rapidly expanding and quickly becoming a leading sector of our regional economy.

Los Angeles County Technology Week

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011 -- Los Angeles County Technology Week. The 10th Annual Techweek will be hosted once again at the award-winning Business Technology Center of Los Angeles County - California's largest high tech business incubator located in Altadena (near Caltech, JPL and other major research institutions). Through them, Los Angeles County's technology cluster is rapidly expanding and quickly becoming a leading sector of our regional economy.

Los Angeles County Technology Week

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011 -- Los Angeles County Technology Week. The 10th Annual Techweek will be hosted once again at the award-winning Business Technology Center of Los Angeles County - California's largest high tech business incubator located in Altadena (near Caltech, JPL and other major research institutions). Through them, Los Angeles County's technology cluster is rapidly expanding and quickly becoming a leading sector of our regional economy.

Los Angeles County Technology Week

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Monday, October 17, 2011 -- Los Angeles County Technology Week. The 10th Annual Techweek will be hosted once again at the award-winning Business Technology Center of Los Angeles County - California's largest high tech business incubator located in Altadena (near Caltech, JPL and other major research institutions). Through them, Los Angeles County's technology cluster is rapidly expanding and quickly becoming a leading sector of our regional economy.

Why Has LA Suddenly Gotten So Much Attention from VCs and Entrepreneurs?

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If you want the full SlideShare deck with many slides not in either post it’s in this link –> The LA Tech Market. Let me start with the obvious baseline that most people probably know instinctively: Los Angeles is the 3rd largest technology startup ecosystem in the US.

OC Tech Alliance Awards Nominations Due Today

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The OC Tech Alliance , one of Orange County''s industry groups which helps to promote the local technology industry, says today is the last day to submit a company or CEO for its annual awards event, the High-Tech Innovation Awards. The alliance is taking names for the Outstanding Product/Technology Innovation, Outstanding Technology Company, and Outstanding CEO in Technology. award event alliance technology county orange octechalliance

Interview with Vic Caretti, Loudvine

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One of them is online music events site Loudvine (www.loudvine.com), which was co-founded by Vic Caretti , who gave us the scoop on what the site is all about. It gives them an opportunity to connect with specific events happening, or which will be happening in your own city.

Two Bit Circus Targets San Francisco With STEAM Carnival in November

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Los Angeles-based Two Bit Circus , the startup led by Brent Bushnell helping to inspire kids around science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), said this week that it is planning to bring its STEAM Carnival to San Francisco. Bushnell's company has created a wide range of high tech games, interactive installations, and more which combine the circus atmosphere with educational content, all geared towards inspiring kids around areas of science and technology.

Bridging The Gap Between Students And Startups, With TechLA

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There''s a gap between the robust, growing technology startups in Los Angeles and the many students graduating from local universities, according to Steven Dietz , who is a venture capitalist at LA''s Upfront Ventures.

What Mattered in 2010: Bruce Hallett, Miramar Venture Partners

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All this week, we are sharing the opinions of some of the top influencers in Southern California's high tech community. In each technology company in which Miramar invests, we are focused on supporting the management teams successful execution of its plan.

Catalyzing Innovation In Pasadena, with Innovate Pasadena

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In the same way that the technology community is not the same when you''re talking San Francisco versus Palo Alto versus San Jose, Southern California''s technology communities have their own neighborhoods. Community is really something more spontaneous than events.

Bio Roundup: Theranos Cuts, Alnylam Stops, Nobel Eats Its Own & More

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military’s high-tech think tank DARPA described Safe Genes, a new program to fund safety measures that can be built into genome editing technology or counter its potential wayward effects. —The 2016 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine went to Yoshinori Ohsumi of the Tokyo Institute of Technology. LIVE, FROM XCONOMY, IT’S… —Two Xconomy biotech events are on the fall calendar. With the Caribbean and now the southeast U.S.

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What I Learned in 2014: Kevin Winston

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Over the last couple of weeks, we''ve featured a number of reflections on the year from movers and shakers in the local high tech community. What was the most significant event for you or your company this year? I like events. What technologies are you looking at in 2015?

Interview with Alex Schneider, Ventura Ventures Technology Center

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On Thursday, the City of Ventura is formally launching a new incubator, the Ventura Ventures Technology Center (www.v2tc.com), targeted at high tech businesses. The incubator so far includes startups Lottay , Geodelic , and a number of other Internet and other technology firms. The event this week launches some companies, and showcases the talent we have in the space. The purpose was to deliver high value jobs.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Just Say What it Is

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► 2009 (3) ► May (1) A Tour of the Rubicon Project Headquarters ► April (1) "Pay it Forward" Event for Students & Aspiring Ent. the Rubicon Project (Internet Advertising Technology) Status: Pre-Launch Visit the Rubicon Project Website Startup 5.0:

socaltech50: Your Mobile Networking Guide To The Winners!

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To that end, another, local high tech startup-- Slipp --created a mobile slideshow which shows a photo and some information on our socalTECH 50--so you might congratulate them in person tomorrow night! If you still haven''t registered for the event, it''s not too late!