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Category Archives: NY Tech
Long time readers of this blog may recall my Extreme Media Relations series, about those who go overboard to sway the press. It’s been years, but I thought I’d post another just for Peter Thiel. In case you’ve been living … Continue reading
My local tech networking and meetup wanderings took me to a cool destination last night – the opening party of Creative Tech Week, at the Clemente Center on the Lower East Side. I had been invited to CTW and did … Continue reading
Top Reporters Share Tips at Enterprise Tech Meetup New York Enterprise Tech Meetup is one of my favorite tech events in the city. So I quickly signed up when my friend John Kaczala (also a NYETM regular) alerted me to … Continue reading
The NYC PR Innovators meetup hosted a session on The Art (and Science) of the PR Pitch at District CoWork last week, where I participated as a panelist. Over 50 people attended, and organizer Erin Commarato ran a very lively … Continue reading
I attended a meetup recently that featured a speaker who had once been a Gartner analyst. He shared his insights about the inner workings of the firm, and how to get the most out of analyst relations programs. It was … Continue reading
People flocked to the March NY Tech Meetup on Tuesday, despite the snowy weather. Skirball Hall at NYU was packed to capacity, as it tends to be for these events. All seemed excited and ready to see the evening’s demos. … Continue reading
In New York, it was hard to escape the Banksy onslaught last month. The enigmatic artist seemed to be everywhere and nowhere; omnipresent because the media covered him non-stop; yet tantalizingly out of sight, leaving a trail of pop-up art in … Continue reading
Last year I wrote about online crowdfunding, and how it could give startups another way to not just raise capital but also take their stories public. There was much excitement here in the NY tech community and nationally about the … Continue reading