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The Week in Business Tech: Nov. 1-7
Silicon Bayou News provides our weekly udpate from the spheres of technology and commerce:
Lamar Advertising Launches RoadNinja, Your Interstate Exit Guide: Lamar Advertising, the publicly traded Baton Rouge-based outdoor advertising company, has launched a new iPhone app called RoadNinja. The app is a location-based interstate travel app powered by Foursquare that helps consumers find what’s available at upcoming interstate exits (restaurants, lodging, gas, etc.) and delivers location-specific promotions.
The Week in Business Tech: Oct. 17-24
Silicon Bayou News runs down the week in technology and commerce news:
Entrepreneurs give a toast to alcohol with The Drink Show premiere: For three local entrepreneurs, alcohol and the culture behind it has created new business opportunities. Andrew Larimer, Kyle Williams, and Britt King are delving into the concept of how alcohol has been socially integrated into our culture with a new web series called The Drink Show. The idea is to shed a positive light on the experience of drinking by investigating all angles of this global culture, simultaneously providing insight, observations, and hilarity.
The Week in Business Tech: Oct. 3-10
The Silicon Bayou has been buzzing with tech and entrepreneurial news. Last week, the death of Steve Jobs hit hard at home, A few weeks ago SBN announced a call for nominations for the Silicon Bayou 100, a list of the “coolest people in tech and entrepreneurship.” The public is encouraged to nominate active participants and leaders in the local tech, entrepreneurship, and digital and social media world by this Saturday, October 15th, 2011. After you nominate someone, read this week's news:
The Week in Business Tech: Sept. 20-27
The Silicon Bayou has been buzzing with news. SBN announced a call for nominations for the Silicon Bayou 100, a list of the “coolest people in tech and entrepreneurship.” The public is encouraged to nominate active participants and leaders in the local tech, entrepreneurship, and digital and social media world by October 15, 2011. Click through for the weekly roundup of developments from Silicon Bayou News in the past seven days:
The Week in Business Tech: August 14-22
As they do every week, Silicon Bayou News provides a roundup of the movings and shakings at the intersection of local technology and commerce:
Gameloft to Open Major Development Studio in New Orleans - Last week, after months of rumors, Gameloft made it official: the company is establishing a new video game development studio in New Orleans. Headquartered in Paris, Gameloft is one of the world’s largest publishers of digital and social games.
The Week in Business Tech: July 25-August 1
Silicon Bayou News provides our weekly roundup of local developments at the intersection of buisness and technology:
Electronic Arts Breaks Ground On $30 Million Digital Media Center - The Madden curse apparently didn't carry over to economic development. Last week, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) Head of Worldwide Quality Assurance Mike Robinson to break ground on the 94,000-square-foot Louisiana Digital Media Center that eventually will be home to 600 video game development workers and LSU’s Center for Computation & Technology.
The Week in Business Tech: July 12-18
Silicon Bayou News provides our weekly roundup of developments at the intersection of technology and commerce.
PourLiving Is A Groupon For Drink & Nightlife Specials - Attention, daily deal market! There’s a new startup on the block. While sites like Groupon and LivingSocial have exploded in New Orleans in recent months, there is a specific void they have not been able to fill. Enter PourLiving.com, a New Orleans-based startup devoted to local bar and nightlife deals.
The Week in Business Tech: June 7-14
Here's our weekly rundown of developments at the intersection of technology and commerce from Silicon Bayou News:
New Startup Neighborland Launches; To Hold Hackathon This Saturday In NOLA - Neighborland, the new startup that provides a fun and easy way for residents to suggest new businesses and services that they want in their neighborhood, is holding a hackathon this weekend in New Orleans. Neighborland was founded by Candy Chang, Dan Parham, and Tee Parham. The group decided to set up shop in New Orleans partly because its a city that embraces new technology and smart growth, and supports better resident-powered tools.
The Week in Tech Business: June 1-7
Here’s our roundup of the week’s developments at the intersection of technology and commerce from Silicon Bayou News.
Second Line Stages to Sell Biodiesel to Production Crews - Clean technology innovation is ramping up in New Orleans, with companies like Refresh Environmental taking root and the launch of a new venture fund focused on cleantech. And now, New Orleans-based Second Line Stages, the city’s first state-of-the-art movie studio and nation’s first LEED Silver certified movie studio, is furthering its efforts in cleantech.
The Week in Tech Business News, May 24-31
Each week, our partners at Silicon Bayou News provide updates on developments at the intersection of commerce and technology.
PollBob: New NOLA Startup Helps You Quickly Discover Opinions - PollBob is a social polling iPhone application and website that lets you survey your friends, gather feedback in real-time, and earn rewards for playing. You’ve heard the old saying: “Opinions are like [insert word here], everybody’s got one”. But in a world of social media and instant connections, people not only have opinions, but want to share them with others.
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