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Why Did The New York Tech Scene Grow?

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When one contemplates the meteoric heights achieved by the New York tech scene, it’s easy to forget the humble beginnings it started from. In just a relatively short six years, New York has exploded into a tech powerhouse that is now beginning to rival Silicon Valley.  I say six years because, by my estimation, the […]

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Why We Aren’t In A Tech Bubble (Yet)

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Having lived through The First Great Tech Bubble – the era of Pets.com, Whoopi Goldberg & Flooz, and billion dollar valuations of companies that never made a profit – I feel qualified to speak on the topic of today’s booming tech sector. The question on everyone’s mind is: Have we replaced Pets.com with Groupon.com, Flooz with Bitcoin, and found ourselves a mere 11 years later on the precipice of The Second Great Tech Bubble?

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iPhone 3Gs impressions

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You can really tell that it’s faster. The response time on tapping things like mail and photos has sped up quite a bit. The new camera makes images look great, though it doesn’t seem like you can autofocus while you’re recording a video – and the ambient sound recording during the video isn’t half bad, […]

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iPhone 3Gs and smudges

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Looks like fingerprint smudging on iPhones was enough of a problem that Apple actually created a fingerprint resistant coating on the iPhone 3Gs. I wonder if they got requests from government and security people for that as well?

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Nintendo DSi disappointment!

It seems that the only way to get pictures off my Nintendo DSi is via SD card. Bah! What’s wireless communication for if I can’t just directly pull files off my DSi onto a computer?? Guess I have to pick one up down the street… EDIT: Finally got the pictures off the DSi and into […]

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