Urbanites and UT students have a new way to get around as RideScout™ announced its formal launch in Austin this week.
If you’re familiar with media CEO and web visionary Tim O’Reilly, you know he’s been pitching a simple message around value for some time: create more of it than you capture.
If you attended the Innotech Beta Summit back in October, you had a chance to take a look at the beta of Vivigig. It’s an app that allows fans to capture and tag photos of their favorite bands while at concerts.
mobileTech Tuesday, by Steve Guengerich Chances are, you may have never heard of Dewey Winburne, especially if you are somewhat new to Austin. I’ve been meaning to write this post for a long time to help change that possibility, in a small way. Because, regardless of whether you never met Dewey Winburne before he died [...]
mobileTech Thursday, by Steve Guengerich I just returned from GigaOM’s annual Mobilize conference, held Monday and Tuesday this week, at the UCSF Mission Bay conference center in San Francisco. With this week’s post, I wanted to focus on two sessions that caught my interest as a potential area of opportunity for Austin’s mobile entrepreneurs. The [...]
Every year thousands of panels are submitted to the SXSW Interactive conference. Either lots of people have some really interesting things to say, or they are hoping to get picked to for the free pass. Whichever the motivation, voting by the public makes up about a third of the scoring. And that leads to lots [...]