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Ignighter is a Finalist in the Mashable Open Web Awards!

Ignighter is a Finalist in the Mashable Open Web Awards!

The startup I work for, Ignighter, was just nominated for a Mashable Open Web Award. Please take a second and vote Ignighter: From Mashable: Mashable is proud to announce that voting has begun in the 2nd Annual Open Web Awards, a unique opportunity for the most accomplished websites and services to receive international recognition for their achievements. During the nominations round, we received Read the article >>
My Philly Group Date.

My Philly Group Date.

This past Saturday night I had the great privilege to host a group date at the Noddinghead Brewpub in Philadelphia, PA. As some of friends & colleagues already know, I have been working as the Lead Developer for Ignighter.com for the past 6 months. Ignighter is an online 'group dating' service, aimed at young people who have just left college, moved to a big city, and having a tough time meeting Read the article >>
Boulder.Me Job Fair for Developers

Boulder.Me Job Fair for Developers

A handful of startups in the Boulder, CO area are looking to hire some talented developers. From the site: Boulder Needs More Kickass Developers Want a FREE trip to beautiful Boulder, Colorado? The Boulder tech scene is growing like crazy. Twenty of our top tech startups (you can see a few in the sidebar) have banded together to fly in one hundred top software developers, programmers and engineers Read the article >>
Startup Email Deliverability

Startup Email Deliverability

Email Deliverability problems begin to happen during the time in your startups life when your organization starts changing from that of a child company to that of an adult company. While there's no "right" time for Email Deliverability optimization to begin, web startups usually start a little earlier than brick and mortar startups—usually between 2 and 6 months of age. Deliverability Optimization Read the article >>
Of Moe. & Music

Of Moe. & Music

It's not often that I get an entire weekend to myself these days. Thats why my time at moe. down 9 was so special this year. Seeing good live music has always been a near-spiritual experience for me. Moe.down was a chance to get outdoors, breathe some fresh air, take time off from work (albeit small), and listen to some great live music. Live music taught me to dance. And I don't mean dancing Read the article >>
I love Live Music

I love Live Music

Well, it's been a long few weeks. With Techstars Investor Day behind us, and all of the scaling work that went along with it, behind us too, I've finally freed up a weekend to head back to NY, and see some live music. Specifically, I'm going, with a group of college friends, to moe. down 9 . For those who don't know, moe. down is a 3-day music & arts festival, hosted by the jamband, moe. . It's Read the article >>
Techstars Investor Day: Afternoon Wrap Up

Techstars Investor Day: Afternoon Wrap Up

Here's a wrapup of the Techstars companies who presented in the afternoon, today at Techstars Investor Day: Kicking off the after-lunch demos, occipital - they aim to be a revolution in how we organize and categorize photos. They can do some pretty freakin' cool things with Photo visualization and organizing photos, including geotagging, finding landmarks in your photos, and showing a panoramic view Read the article >>
Techstars Investor Day : Morning Wrap Up

Techstars Investor Day : Morning Wrap Up

Today is Techstars demo & Investor day. Ten of the companies from the 2008 Techstars class are presenting their work for the summer to an audience of 150 investors in the Boulder, CO area. Here is my wrap up of the teams that presented in the morning. Gyminee demoed their fitness-centered social network. Their system provides fitness motivation and accountability through the social network. Read the article >>