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GeekWire presents the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards: Nominate, vote and party

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We’ve got a lot to celebrate in the Seattle technology community. And we’ll be doing that in rock-and-roll style as GeekWire hosts one of the most anticipated events of the year: The Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards. As the hundreds of you who’ve attended in the past already know, this...
GeekWire presents the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards: Nominate, vote and party

Angel groups in Seattle: How they’re doing and what they cost

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Angel in Guisley. Photo via Baldur McAqueen Over the past three days, GeekWire Chief Business Officer Rebecca Lovell and I both have moderated panels about the state of angel financing in Seattle. The discussions have been lively, and fun. [Previously: Angel mind meld: What early-stage investors really want] But, at the...
Angel groups in Seattle: How they’re doing and what they cost
Randomized food delivery service NomON takes first place at Startup Weekend UW
Calling all startups: Tell us how you'll change the world, in one simple sentence

Video: Rock star Dave Dederer at the GeekWire Summit

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At the conclusion of yesterday’s GeekWire Summit, we were honored to be joined by one of our favorite Seattle-based musicians, Dave Dederer, a founding member of the alt-rock band Presidents of the United States of America. Dave Dederer at the GeekWire Summit. (Annie Laurie Malarkey photo) Dederer, who got...
Video: Rock star Dave Dederer at the GeekWire Summit

Antigua's Legal "Pirate Site" Authorized by the World Trade Organization

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Last week we broke the news that the island nation Antigua and Barbuda wants to start a Government run “pirate” site. Today, this plan came a step closer to reality when the Caribbean country received authorization from the WTO to suspend U.S. copyrights during a meeting in Geneva. This decision...
Antigua's Legal "Pirate Site" Authorized by the World Trade Organization

Favorite apps: 22 picks for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

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One of the most popular segments on the GeekWire radio show and podcast is App of the Week, offering up a recommended download for your mobile device. In this special episode, we expand the concept to a full show, with a big rundown of our latest favorite apps. Sasha...
Favorite apps: 22 picks for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

GeekWire Radio: Mining asteroids in space, and finding the best food on Earth

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We’ve got all sorts of innovation to talk about on this week’s GeekWire radio show and podcast. Chaitanya Sareen, the CEO of startup Chewsy We start on a lighter note, talking about one of the more attention-getting stories on GeekWire this week — the JoeyBra, an undergarment developed by...
GeekWire Radio: Mining asteroids in space, and finding the best food on Earth

GeekWire Radio: Paul Allen’s sub, Ray Ozzie’s legacy, and more from our live events

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This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast: Seattle rock legend Dave Dederer shares the inside secrets of digital music; tech pioneer Ray Ozzie reflects on his tenure at Microsoft; and Paul Allen tells us what he learned from jamming with Bono and Mick Jagger on his yacht....
GeekWire Radio: Paul Allen’s sub, Ray Ozzie’s legacy, and more from our live events
Kinetix Academy taps power of Kinect to help kids with autism

Two More Reasons to Sign Up for Startup Day

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GeekWire is gearing up for Startup Day, coming up Sept. 22 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, and we have some new details to share about this definitive one-day conference for tech entrepreneurs. The main attraction is the line-up of killer keynoters, from Box CEO Aaron Levie to zulily’s Darrell Cavens, Kickstarter...
Two More Reasons to Sign Up for Startup Day

GeekWire Radio: Windows 8 rant, Facebook revisited, and the story behind the JoeyBra

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We’ve got a ton of stories to talk about this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, starting with a discussion of my “grumptastic” assessment of Microsoft’s Windows 8 (as one reader described the piece in an email to me). The story has generated lots of commentary from...
GeekWire Radio: Windows 8 rant, Facebook revisited, and the story behind the JoeyBra
Startup innovation: A bra for stashing your phone

GeekWire Update: Where we are, one year later

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Todd Bishop, John Cook, Jonathan Sposato and Rebecca Lovell at the GeekWire launch last year. (Karen Ducey photo) GeekWire’s one-year anniversary was March 7, but we were so busy with the GeekWire Summit that we didn’t get a chance to continue our tradition of providing updates on the state of...
GeekWire Update: Where we are, one year later

Elevator Pitch: Startup vet touts new social shopping service Pikaba

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Dmitry Balin of Pikaba We’re back for another exciting and fast-paced episode of The Elevator Pitch, the show where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans in the 43 seconds it takes to ride to the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. In this episode we hear from Dmitry Balin, a startup...
Elevator Pitch: Startup vet touts new social shopping service Pikaba

Elevator Pitch: This MBA student wants to change how you buy picture frames

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Frameable's Nick White pitches his business plan to Andy Sack, Rebecca Lovell and John Cook in The Elevator Pitch We’re back for another episode of The Elevator Pitch, the show where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans in the 43 seconds it takes to ride to the top of Seattle’s iconic...
Elevator Pitch: This MBA student wants to change how you buy picture frames

Caroline Lovell, Australian Advocate of Home Birth, Dies Giving Birth at Home

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The tragic death of an Australian mother of two has reignited the ongoing debate over whether home birth is really worth the risk. Complicating matters is the fact that 36-year-old Caroline Lovell was a staunch advocate of the right of women to give birth at home. And while her...
Caroline Lovell, Australian Advocate of Home Birth, Dies Giving Birth at Home
Introducing The Elevator Pitch: Where entrepreneurs have 43 seconds to reach the top

Rollergirls test the JoeyBra for KING-5′s Jesse Jones

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News of the JoeyBra has spread quickly around the Internet ever since GeekWire’s Rebecca Lovell broke the news of the undergarment for holding phones and credit cards, unveiled by two University of Washington students at the recent UW Business Plan Competition. But no one has covered the story quite like this before....
Rollergirls test the JoeyBra for KING-5′s Jesse Jones

The Elevator Pitch: Booktrope attempts to shake up the publishing world

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Booktrope’s Katherine Sears on The Elevator Pitch We’re back for another episode of The Elevator Pitch, the show where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans in the 43 seconds it takes to ride to the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. In this episode, we hear from Katherine Sears of Booktrope,...
The Elevator Pitch: Booktrope attempts to shake up the publishing world
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