It’s so easy to start a web company that one entrepreneuer’s tipsy joke–”let’s do it on a BUS!”–has become a six-city adventure with top talent from across the country (and at least one guy from London!) scrambling to join.
GetMinders “puts your health in your hands by providing you health-related reminders, helping you identify and track your goals, and giving you Read More
It was dark in the black room at the Tribeca Grand Hotel where media and tech types gathered Saturday night at the official launch party for New York’s quippiest startup, Bnter.com. Hostess Lauren Leto stood greeting guests who had run the gauntlet of wind, coat check and velvet rope and steadied themselves at the Read More
New York startup The Fridge, a social network that keeps online activity in discrete categories that are impenetrable to outsiders, has been working hard over at Dogpatch Labs.
The startup that came home after a session at Y Combinator has been rolling out new features at a fast clip.
Each group you create on Read More
It’s common in a metropolis like New York for people to ignore the majority of what goes on around them. Without that filter, we would all go a bit crazy.
The new startup from 4chan’s Chris Poole a collaborative, image-centric forum called Canvas, is rolling out invites a few at a time starting today.
From the trenches of the Startup Weekend hackathon in Philadelphia this weekend comes a startup centered around building hype for your startup.
LaunchRock is a platform for viral marketing your landing page, inspired in part by a startup called Hipster that managed to get more than 10,000 signups in one weekend without revealing Read More
There is something odd about the computer Jonathan Hefter keeps at his desk in the Dogpatch Labs tech incubator just off of Union Square. The space is filled with employees from some of New York’s most promising startups, most of whom are coding away on top-of-the-line-machines or fiddling with their cherished iPads. But Hefter Read More
Ten entrepreneurs pitched their websites last night at a panel organized by Ultra Light Startups, a community dedicated, albeit loosely, to the idea of funding a startup using the founders’ savings and revenues from the service, without taking any investment capital.
With all the cash flowing to tech startups, this idea isn’t really in Read More