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TechCrunch interviews Lauren Leto, one of the founders of TFLN. In the Founder Stories video above, Leto tells host Chris Dixon how Texts From Last Night got started and how she quit law school to move to New York City from Detroit. She ended up in Brooklyn at the Makery, a co-working space …
Speaking of Kinect, Microsoft is helping to accelerate the innovation we’ve seen around the Kinect by announcing the Kinect Accelerator. Basically, you get to work on solutions for the Kinect and get the funding to make your vision real. Very cool. If you are a developer or existing team/startup …
Here’s a great example of how the Silicon Valley style of entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, and opportunities has spread throughout the world. social management blog [found via AllTop]
You may have already heard about FaceBook’s $1billion purchase of Instagram. Here’s an infographic chronicling Instagram’s seventeen month rise to .COM Dreams and Caviar Wishes. [found via AllTop]
Startup Weekend proudly presents its second-ever pilot event focused on fostering innovation & entrepreneurship in the public sector.
In partnership with Code for America, we invite you to join us on June 15-17, 2012, at Microsoft’s Chevy Chase office to solve real-life problems faced by …
Last week, I had the opportunity to meet some of the DC area’s finest entrepreneurs at the Distilled Intelligence 2.0 event.
Here are some photos:
The event was at a great venue: the Carnegie Library on Mount Vernon Square.
Ashish and Ed are psyched up! …
I came across this on SlideShare and thought it was worth sharing. Developer Journey - from dev to entrepreneur, from idea to market from Paul Golding
While setting up the Microsoft booth for Fosterly 2013, I had the chance to record a quick video for Frank’s World TV.
In this episode of Frank’s World TV, I step away from the green screen to enjoy the delightful DC weather. I also spend some time at the Dolphin Tank at Day of Fosterly 2013.
In this week’s edition of Frank’s World TV, we take a look at veterans starting their own companies.
Yesterday, I saw down with Joel Reyes, to talk about the emerging startup communities in Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham.
Starting on September 5th, the new season of FWTV Launches with “Startup September!” Here’s another video teaser of Season 2. For what it’s worth, the video was posted in time for the holiday. Just not this blog post.
Kicking off Startup September with an overview of 1776: a business incubator in downtown DC. Learn more about 1776 at http://1776dc.com
This week on Frank’s World TV, I sit down with Evan Burfield, co-founder of 1776, to talk about the start up scene in DC.
You may have noticed that blog post frequency has dropped dramatically over the last few months. Part of that is my new role at Microsoft and part of it is my recent foray into vlogging (video blogging) aka Frank’s World TV. The astute among you may have noticed my shift in focus from public sector …
Watch this episode of Frank’s World TV to learn more about the MBIA and its impact on the state’s economy.
Some footage from Entrepreneur Expo 2013, where a startup founder talks about his experiences going from working out of his house to selling to Cisco in a multi-billion dollar deal.