Fashion Customization and the rise of DIY mobile apps

  [Tweet “Consumers want unique items that represent their one-of-a-kind personality.”] Customization is nothing new. Long time players like Etsy and Threadless helped to grow the movement. By letting people have access to pieces from independent designers, Etsy gives users the chance to purchase totally unique items you won’t find in stores. Threadless has taken […]

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Should We Move Back to the Burbs to Save Our Economy?

Ever since my trip to Asia, my perspective of New York has changed.  In the last few years, NYC has become a tech mecca that’s able to rival Silicon Valley.  It’s bubbling with young entrepreneurs who are hungry to save the world and it’s certainly a refreshing change of pace.  But lately I’ve been wondering […]

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Who or what are the #HDBoyz?

  As pop culture evolves, so does the context of how we frame and categorize culture, and the more rapidly it changes, sometimes the harder it becomes to exactly define what we’re talking about.  A great example of this new conceptual pop culture are the #HDBoyz.  Who or exactly what are the #HDBoyz?  Are they […]

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CondeElevator & the Virtual Gossip Wunderkind

Social Networking has so many different uses and practical applications, but there’s also a voyeuristic side where you can anonymously observe micro-events as they’re unfolding while passively engaging in a Tweet convo that was never meant for your eyes, but simultaneously willingly shared.  This past week a new version of this messy social conundrum occurred […]

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