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Showing up – Where are my ladies at?

Showing up – Where are my ladies at? In case it somehow escaped your attention, there are zero women represented in this panel on Leadership in Software Development. As the primary organizer, and as a woman, this is a source … Continue reading

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Cookstr Partners with Unbucket for Launch of Collaborative Listing Tool

Cookstr is thrilled to be a launch partner for Unbucket, which launched publicly yesterday with the goal of shaping a web that doesn’t just connect us digitally, but a web that brings us closer together in the real world too. Says Unbucket: … Continue reading

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Love Your Problems: A Parable

Whenever friends have expressed that they’re unhappy at work, the following platitude is inevitably uttered by someone luckier, “you should love what you do!” Some find comfort in this. Armed with a renewed sense that they’re entitled to quit their … Continue reading

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Our celebratory year-end gift: 50% off AppOrchard development

Tipping Point Partners company, AppOrchard, had an amazing inaugural year in 2011, then grew revenues nearly 3x in 2012, so we are giving back. Assuming we are all around on December 22, we are offering our iOS and Rails development services … Continue reading

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Art Imitates Art: Tube presents the ultimate YouTube party

Tube, a new Van Cougar play running through December 16 at Incubator Arts Project, is as tender, disturbing, hilarious and watchable a piece as you can hope to find in the world of New York independent theater. It’s also made … Continue reading

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VAAC Chairman Art Chang: 2012 Election’s Problems Went Far Beyond Sandy’s Chaos

The Daily News reported Art’s comments on the recent election in New York. Preliminary numbers show that in-person turnout in New York City was down significantly compared with 2008. Nearly 200,000 fewer New Yorkers stood in line to vote on … Continue reading

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VoteScope.us Wins Change Prize at NYU’s Code for Change Hackathon

The team put together by Tipping Point Partners, the Campaign Finance Board and the Voter Assistance Advisory Committee took the Change Prize in NYU Wagner’s Code for Change Hackathon. Check out their mobile-optimized creation live at VoteScope.us “A second Code … Continue reading

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Real-time data in the pilot’s lap; announcing the flyTab SDK

As released on the wire earlier today, we have a truly spectacular announcement about work we have been doing for the past year+ on some genuinely ground-breaking technology with our partners…   New SDK Enables Real Time Flight Data into … Continue reading

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6 Cool Features you Didn’t Know iOS 6 Had

Rather than brooding over iOS 6′s buggy maps, here are a few little features you probably haven’t discovered yet on the new OS. They won’t change the world, but they’re still pretty cool: 1) Emoji Keyboard Enter Settings and navigate … Continue reading

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Should You Trademark Your Sole?

A recent decision came down, wherein Christian Louboutin was allowed to keep its trademark on red soled shoes. I think this is a very poor decision, and misunderstands the basic point of trademark law. Copyright law and patent law (whether or not you agree with … Continue reading

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