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Here's What A Tween Startup Founder Learned When She Went To College

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Juliette Brindak started a social networking site for tweens when she was 16, and it's doing better than ever. Miss O And Friends generates 10 million monthly visits, a twenty-fold increase from its inception in 2005. It's also worth around $15 million, according to early investor Procter & Gamble. When...
Here's What A Tween Startup Founder Learned When She Went To College
LG launching Smart TV game portal, big-name games on the way

Trained By The Best: Facebook And J.C. Penny Both Hire Away Apple Execs

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So, in case you haven’t heard, Apple is doing pretty well. Things are different now without Steve at the helm, but change isn’t always bad. Although George Colony, taking the contrarian approach, would like to disagree. Today, we’ve gotten word that Apple Senior Art Director Sharon Hwang, who headed the...
Trained By The Best: Facebook And J.C. Penny Both Hire Away Apple Execs

Israeli/Iranian Citizens Reach Out Over Facebook For Peace

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Disparate aspects of the ongoing advance of technology throughout the world are coming together in a very interesting and heartwarming result. As groups continue the attempt to connect everyone in the world by the near-future, we've also seen how social media has been used recently to organize and deploy protests...
Israeli/Iranian Citizens Reach Out Over Facebook For Peace

Sprint website hints at Samsung Galaxy Note for the Now Network

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Well, color us tickled, but upon our recent visit to Sprint's website, we found a curious, unbranded device that looks awfully similar to Samsung's Galaxy Note. Might this fantastic phablet be the next big thing to hit the Now Network, or is it merely the whim of a careless...
Sprint website hints at Samsung Galaxy Note for the Now Network

Does Your Startup Need A Technical Co-Founder?

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In today's startup landscape, practically everything can be outsourced. But when it comes to core technical skills, more and more entrepreneurs are opting to partner with technical co-founders rather than hiring someone for an in-house position. So how do you decide what's right for your new company? To find the...
Does Your Startup Need A Technical Co-Founder?
Watch this: Joy Division's graphic designer explains the 'Unknown Pleasures' album cover
Apple's original icon designer can't tell the difference between a Samsung phone and an iPhone
Quick Review: Tweetbot for Mac finally arrives in public alpha, download now!

Hipstamatic Branches Out With A New iPad Magazine, Snap, And #MakeBeautiful Social Campaign

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Hipstamatic has made a successful business out of its popular (and paid) iPhone camera appand the many features it has incorporated to enhance that photo experience: four million active monthly users and 50 million photos snapped through it each month. Now the company behind it, Synthetic, is looking to build...
Hipstamatic Branches Out With A New iPad Magazine, Snap, And #MakeBeautiful Social Campaign

Minted Expands Beyond Stationery With Launch Of Art Print Business

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Minted, the company that is best known for its online marketplace for stationery with prints by individual graphic designers, has launched a new vertical: Art prints. The art business on Minted is curated in the same way as stationery. Minted holds design competitions to which any graphic designer or...
Minted Expands Beyond Stationery With Launch Of Art Print Business
Here Are Some Gorgeous Concept Designs For An iPhone 6 (AAPL)

Tel Aviv startup Rounds launches a platform for Israelis and Iranians to connect on Facebook

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As mainstream media runs headlines about escalating tensions between Israel and Iran, a very different Israeli-Iranian story has been making the headlines, thanks to the Facebook campaign, Israel Loves Iran. The page already has over 50,000 fans, and has been seen by hundreds of thousands Facebook users from all over the...
Tel Aviv startup Rounds launches a platform for Israelis and Iranians to connect on Facebook
Here’s a photo of Tweetbot for Mac running on the Retina Display MacBook Pro, availability details still unclear

Similarity of Apple and Samsung Icons "Beyond Coincidental," Designer Testifies

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The design of certain Samsung smartphones is so similar to that of Apple’s iPhone that a graphics expert testifying in the companies’ patent trial said she has mistaken one for the other. Called as a witness for Apple, Susan Kare, a graphic designer who created the original icons for Apple’s...
Similarity of Apple and Samsung Icons "Beyond Coincidental," Designer Testifies

Former Mac designer finds 'substantial similarities' in Samsung, Apple GUIs

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Former Apple and NeXT graphic designer Susan Kare took the stand on Tuesday, saying that she saw "substantial simiarities" between Samsung's home screen icons and those of Apple's iPhone, echoing previous testimony from Apple expert witness Peter Bressler....
Former Mac designer finds 'substantial similarities' in Samsung, Apple GUIs
Android fragmentation gets visualized, again

Intro takes on Highlight and Glancee with LinkedIn-fuelled matching

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Social location app wants to help startups find the right people around themHere's the main thing that bothers me about buzzy social location apps like Highlight and Glancee, which help you connect with likeminded strangers nearby. People evangelising these apps seem to see them as professional networking tools, yet they...
Intro takes on Highlight and Glancee with LinkedIn-fuelled matching

Review: Magix Page & Layout Designer includes advanced tools for beginner users

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Printed media may seem to be heading the way of the dinosaur, but until the proverbial meteor hits a stack of business cards, box of letterhead, or freshly-printed brochures on their way to a conference, we'll continue adding paper and ink (and the odd PDF) to our marketing cache....
Review: Magix Page & Layout Designer includes advanced tools for beginner users
A visual comparison of every jumbotron in the NFL

You, A Rocket Scientist?

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About four years ago, Ariel Waldman was home watching a documentary called When We Left Earth, about the early days of NASA. It was a revelation: "When they were forming NASA, there were all these people working there who really had no idea what they were doing. They had no...
You, A Rocket Scientist?
Paula Wallace Is The Reason These Art Kids Today Mean Business

The Film That Changed AT&T's Logo and Explained Life in the 1960s

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You are a businessman in 1969. Times, they are a-changin'! And whoo boy, you're not sure you like that. (But maybe you do.) They say that your company, which happens to be AT&T, needs to get with the times. But what does that even mean? You hire a designer named...
The Film That Changed AT&T's Logo and Explained Life in the 1960s

Don't laugh: Code for America thinks government can be beautiful

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With less than 24 hours left before a pivotal presidential election and the end of an exhausting, often maddening campaign season, you couldn’t blame attendees at GigaOM RoadMap for being a little sick of government. But Jennifer Palkha, founder and executive director of Code for America, urged those in attendance...
Don't laugh: Code for America thinks government can be beautiful

Adobe's Latest Creative Suite Floats Into the Cloud

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The creative production software giant Adobe is taking the wraps off the latest version of its huge collection of products, collectively known as Creative Suite 6, or CS6, today at an event in San Francisco that is being streamed live on the Web. Usually the applications are expensive, and often...
Adobe's Latest Creative Suite Floats Into the Cloud

Fantastical eclipses Angry Birds to become the top paid iPhone app in Apple's App Store

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The iPhone App Store has a new king, and its name is Fantastical. The calendar replacement, which we reviewed this morning, has overtaken Angry Birds Star Wars to become the top paid iPhone app. This is remarkable for a couple of reasons. First among those is it shows that there...
Fantastical eclipses Angry Birds to become the top paid iPhone app in Apple's App Store

VentureBeat is hiring a half-time graphic designer

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Have a knack for great design? VentureBeat is looking for a half-time graphic designer to make sure we look pretty at all times. You’ll be working on everything from the main website, to mobile apps, to printed materials for our events. We also have some pretty cool new projects in...
VentureBeat is hiring a half-time graphic designer

Have You Registered 300 Domain Names?

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Lea Woodward (left) is an entrepreneur, whose projects include Location Independent, a site supporting those wanting to live a nomadic lifestyle, and Startup Training School, which teaches online tech skills to women entrepreneurs. On September 9th, Woodward will be hosting One K in 1 Day, an effort to have 1,000...
Have You Registered 300 Domain Names?

Apps & updates: Angry Birds Seasons, Amazon Instant Video, Dunkin' Donuts, Shazam, more

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As always, we’ll be updating our list of new apps and updates hitting the App Store and Mac App Store throughout the day: Angry Birds Seasons version 2.5.0: New content for Rovio’s “Seasons” edition of Angry Birds today (including the HD version). The update includes twenty new schoolyard levels, bonus levels,...
Apps & updates: Angry Birds Seasons, Amazon Instant Video, Dunkin' Donuts, Shazam, more
Five Minutes on The Verge: Khoi Vinh
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