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Right Before Raising $100 Million, GitHub Rented San Francisco's Ferry Building For A Lavish Party

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GitHub, the social coding startup that offers programmers a place to store their code and work on open-source projects, just raised $100 million on a $750 million valuation. To understand why GitHub is worth so much, you have to be a programmer. For them, GitHub is a combination of LinkedIn,...
Right Before Raising $100 Million, GitHub Rented San Francisco's Ferry Building For A Lavish Party
German start-ups seek e-commerce opening as U.S. 'leaves rest of world open'

Podcast: Why the internet of things is cool and how Mobiplug is helping make it happen

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The Internet of things is both a real opportunity and incredibly over-hyped. But because I love all things connected and anything having to do with chips and data I decided to start talking to people who hope to make the internet of things, not only a reality, but also an...
Podcast: Why the internet of things is cool and how Mobiplug is helping make it happen

Podcast: Yahoo's WFH boo-boo, Internet things too!

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If you’re reading this from a home office and you work at Yahoo, stop and hurry into the office before you get busted! In this week’s podcast we break down Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban working from home. Then we shift gears to talk about what we learned...
Podcast: Yahoo's WFH boo-boo, Internet things too!

Bringing Real Food To The Drab Corporate Cafeteria

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Why should you be forced to eat a boring meal provided by your company if there is a vibrant food culture right outside your office door? Cater2Me brings the passion of artisanal food producers to the office meal....
Bringing Real Food To The Drab Corporate Cafeteria
This tech startup just turned a hip Seattle bar into an amazing kitchen space

Call-in show: Why the "I'm leaving iPhone" trend?

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We start off the show with some commentary on phone unlocking and then move on to listener questions about OTT services, Android switchers and Samsung’s influence on Android. To be a part of the show, just...
Call-in show: Why the "I'm leaving iPhone" trend?

Call-in Show: Chromebook Pixel pinch secrets

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We devote this one to Google’s new Chromebook Pixel, which is both impressive and perhaps limiting based on your questions. Or is it? To be a part of the show, just call in and leave a...
Call-in Show: Chromebook Pixel pinch secrets

Internet of things Podcast - Almond+'s nutty idea: Making sensor connectivity a snap

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What do you need for the Internet of things? It’s not entirely clear yet, but what we do know is that right now there are several ways to connect devices to the home network but a consumer doesn’t really want to have to wonder how to connect a Zigbee thermostat...
Internet of things Podcast - Almond+'s nutty idea: Making sensor connectivity a snap

Podcast: The Sporkful's Dan Pashman on web, food culture (and how bacon is over)

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Whether it’s sharing recipes, scoring obscure spices or thrusting pictures of your sushi to your entire social graph, the web has pushed food culture to new heights. On a special edition of the GigaOM Podcast we talk with Dan Pashman, founder of The Sporkful, a web site an blog devoted...
Podcast: The Sporkful's Dan Pashman on web, food culture (and how bacon is over)
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