The Demise of Klout and the Rise of Other Social Media Tools

Sep 06, 18 The Demise of Klout and the Rise of Other Social Media Tools

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Back in May 2018 Lithium Technologies announced that it was discontinuing Klout, its social scoring service that in a small way eerily resembled the  individual ranking app in one memorable episode of Black Mirror, called “Nosedive.” What was Klout, and are there any tools in the market now that can satisfactorily replace it? Here...

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Ride-Share Scooters Arrive in Brooklyn

Jul 31, 18 Ride-Share Scooters Arrive in Brooklyn

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Startup Revel Transit introduced 68 mopeds in Greenpoint, Bushwick and Williamsburg on Monday, and they seem to be a hit. Using an app on their smartphones, customers wishing to race around Brooklyn can simply reserve an electric bike and retrieve it within 15 minutes from its parking place. If this trial run goes well Revel will...

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Kids Getting Head Start on Coding in Brooklyn Charter School

Apr 30, 18 Kids Getting Head Start on Coding in Brooklyn Charter School

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Computers are revolutionizing the way people live in almost every aspect of life. It makes sense, therefore, to give kids the tools they need to interact with and become an integral part of this brave new world we are inexorably heading towards. In most schools, kids are taught to read and write, and the beginning of math concepts,...

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Arizona: Tech Hub Central?

Mar 29, 17 Arizona:  Tech Hub Central?

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There are many locations across America where technology start-ups and centers have been thriving. Locations that come to mind include San Francisco, Los Angeles, DC and Boston. One that doesn’t readily come to mind…but might soon…is Arizona. When ZocDoc executives wanted to find another location in America due to employee...

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NYC Subway Wired Two Years Ahead of Schedule

Jan 09, 17 NYC Subway Wired Two Years Ahead of Schedule

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Twenty-seventeen will be the year New Yorkers will remember as the year the NYC subway system got wired. As of January 9, practically all underground stations will have cell phone and Wi-Fi service. The mammoth project was rushed along by Governor Andrew Cuomo in early 2016, inspiring Transit Wireless and the MTA to really get...

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LinkNYC Hooking Up with Brooklyn

Nov 21, 16 LinkNYC Hooking Up with Brooklyn

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New York City has been transitioning to a city of free-WiFi, but somehow Brooklyn has been left behind. But not anymore. Brooklyn joined the world of superfast communication when two hot-spots were switched on. Both of them are in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, on Fulton Street, but do not fret; that is just the very...

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