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LinkedIn Opens Publishing Platform, We Predict The Future They Create

Hack writers of the world unite! Looks like LinkedIn is getting into the “content marketing” game in a big way. They have just released their new LinkedIn publishing platform, which will open up their custom content management system to their entire network, and create a new world of engagement for the pioneer career-networking website. Now […]

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Reddit's Co-Founder, Alexis Ohanian in Miami

Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian In Miami In Pictures

Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian‘s message to Miami was “Go forth and suck.” He wasn’t talking about Friday night at the drive-in, he was proselytizing for entrepreneurship and the role of the internet in ‘maximizing your potential to be awesome.’ The author of  “Without Their Permission: How The 21st Century Will Be Made, Not Managed,” spoke […]

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SkyDoc Beams Doctors Into Miami Hotel Rooms

Snowbirds with the sniffles? Not to worry, SkyDoc is here. Guests of 200 South Florida hotels will now have access to a Skype-like medical service called SkyDoc thanks to a partnership with the Greater Miami Hotel and Beaches Association. The technology was brought to market by a local doctor named Ramsey Saffouri and is the […]

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How To Merge All Your Google Plus Accounts

Google is awesome! but too much of a good thing can sometimes be a problem. I have 7 Gmail addresses in total, and now I have 7 Google Plus pages to go with them. So what’s a blogger to do? I have to combine all of my Google+ accounts, that’s what. And since I know […]

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“Bloop It” Founder Michael Gitter on Miami Tech: “People Here Are Open, Want It To Succeed”

The Miami tech scene is booming. And Bloop It (bloopit.co) may just be the next Instagram. The locally created video sharing app is the brainchild of New York transplant Michael Gitter, who moved to Miami just for the sake of headquartering his company here. That’s because from Wynwood to Brickell, entrepreneurs, programmers, creatives, and capitalists […]

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