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Google For Entrepreneurs Fostering Innovation… OUTSIDE The Valley
Oct09

Google For Entrepreneurs Fostering Innovation… OUTSIDE The Valley

So, I definitely poured a little bit of haterade on Google last week in my article about how they’re killing innovation in Silicon Valley. While I stand by that 100%, I figured I could show the other side of that same coin today by informing you guys about some innovation-fostering that Google is doing…

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Commuting A Drag? Enliven The Ride With TransitChatter
Apr17

Commuting A Drag? Enliven The Ride With TransitChatter

I don’t hold anything against all the people on their way to work listening to music through their headphones, content in their private worlds. I’ve been there many times myself, happy to tune out and enjoy a last few minutes undisturbed. Still, I’ve often thought that it’s a little sad that everyone is…

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Aspirail.org – ASPIRA Early College for Minorities in the Chicago Area

ASPIRA prepared the website at aspirail.org for minority students of either Puerto Rican or other minority backgrounds. As a non-profit company the Aspira Early College High School believes in empowering the student in a quest toward the skills involved in leadership. ACE also hopes to incorporate a strong feeling of pride in each student’s cultural background. To benefit the school itself, ACE expects to expand their sources of...

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Assassins.com – Chicago Band

Assassins.com is a site that details an up-and-coming band from Chicago, Illinois. The creators of the website post information about new news and shows on different pages, although it seems like it hasn’t been updated in over four years. Still, dates, times, and locations are all made available for people who are curious about seeing the group perform in the future. In addition, Assassins.com provides contact information for...

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Catapult Chicago Creating Communal Space For Startups
Jun28

Catapult Chicago Creating Communal Space For Startups

I read an article a couple of years ago about how current 20/30-somethings were raised to work in teams, abolishing the old model of claw your way to the top and don’t care who you step on. We were raised by flower children who may have abandoned the batik print caftans but definitely didn’t abandon the principals of sharing and caring.   The startup world is a great example of this kind of work. While it’s...

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