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The Truth Behind Area51 and UFOs Seen by Bob Lazar

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The Truth Behind Area51 and UFOs Seen by Bob Lazar

In all the research I have done in the area of alien conspiracies and phenomenon on Earth, the most interesting one I’ve run into is the story of Bob Lazar.  Lazar’s story is about a young scientist who didn’t actually believe in aliens at all until the government offered him a job at S4 (Area 51) reverse engineering an…

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Why investors should invest in entrepreneurs more than companies

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Why investors should invest in entrepreneurs more than companies

If you read tech blogs and news sites like TechCrunch, Mashable, CNet, and the like, you most likely see new startups getting funded every day. Some of the ideas are great, some are….well, pointless. You wonder why the amazing idea that you built, whether it be a website, a mobile app, or product isn’t getting the funding…

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What tools to use to best collaborate with your team

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What tools to use to best collaborate with your team

Running a tech startup or any business is difficult as you may know. One of the most difficult parts of running it is collaborating with your team. Organizing your tasks into various departments can be a headache, especially when you are the founder and must manage it all. Thankfully, there are plenty of free tools…

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Social Video Mobile Apps are the future and here’s why

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Social Video Mobile Apps are the future and here’s why

New mobile apps come out every day, some make it big, and some just trickle along. Apps like Instagram, Vine, Glide, Snapchat and others have made it big in the video and photo spaces. No wonder everyone is making social video mobile apps nowadays and raising lots of money doing so. I feel like I…

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The Hard Truth About Acquiring Your First 100,000 Users

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The Hard Truth About Acquiring Your First 100,000 Users

When running a tech startup you would think the hardest part about building your business is actually creating your product or software. The hard truth is that anyone can learn how to code a website or mobile app and then launch it themselves (or with a team of developers). The challenging part of getting the…

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Why Running a Tech Startup is one of the Most Challenging Jobs Out There

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Why Running a Tech Startup is one of the Most Challenging Jobs Out There

As most of you know, I am currently running my fifth tech startup and just launched the beta site last month. To most people, my job seems glorious, fun, exciting, and full of perks. But the truth is, running my tech startup is the most difficult, challenging, and stressful job I’ve ever had, and here’s…

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Xbox One Update Will Include New Gamerscore and Party Chat Features

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Xbox One Update Will Include New Gamerscore and Party Chat Features

Microsoft revealed details on 2016’s first Xbox One update. Some of the new features include a Gamerscore leaderboard, party member visibility, suggested friends, joinable Twitch broadcasts and Xbox News. Other improvements include the ability to hide games from the ready-to-install list and an updated activity feed. Trending topics, Xbox Home, and pinning will also see…

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FOHO: Fear of Helping out in the Philly tech scene

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FOHO: Fear of Helping out in the Philly tech scene

In Silicon Valley there is a popular term called FOMO (Fear of Missing out), meaning investors throw money at as many tech startups as they can because they’re afraid to miss the next Uber or Facebook. If only that were the case here in Philadelphia. Instead we have quite the opposite.  I am coining a…

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How Saxbys makes life better one cup of coffee at a time

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How Saxbys makes life better one cup of coffee at a time

The world runs on coffee among other things, yet not much has changed in the world of coffee besides a Caramel Macchiato or Soy Vanilla Latte.  CEO of Saxbys Coffee Nick Bayer has something to say about that.  “It’s hard to be great at providing a service that consumers come to you for.” Said Bayer….

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iTunes Radio Will No Longer Be Free

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iTunes Radio Will No Longer Be Free

Apple has announced that starting on January 28th, iTunes Radio will no longer free. The service will change formats to be subscription based. If you want to hear specific artist stations like Luke Bryan or specific genre stations like 80’s rock, you will have to pay $10 a month. Beats 1 will be the only…

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