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Monthly Archives: January 2019

How Social Media Shook Up the Shutdown

Everyday Americans ended the madness. Empathy and technology came together last week on the side of the people, and good prevailed. Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor proved their potential as positive change agents, spreading the message that we’re stronger together, mobilizing…

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Shutdown Walls Off Silicon Valley

There’s a new wall around San Francisco and Silicon Valley. The federal shutdown, tariffs and bellicose protectionism have thrown roadblocks in front of the thousands of international entrepreneurs, executives, startup founders, and students who flock here every day. Case in…

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Get Smart: From Big Tech to Startups at CES

Tech is the mantra at CES in Vegas. If you love gadgets, gizmos, digitization, AI, VR, and the pursuit of electrifying experiences, this gargantuan conference is nirvana. But with 4,500 vendors and 180,000 attendees, how do you separate the good…

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The CES Party List

The Consumer Electronics Show is upon us. Double the population of Palo Alto is headed to Las Vegas this week for CES, arguably the world’s largest annual migration of geeks. Each day some 180,000 techies will have two primary thoughts…

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