Showing posts from October, 2013

Startup Blog Insights with Taffy Williams: Six Failure Lessons

Today, we will be continuing our monthly segment called Startup Blog Insights with Examiner writer and entrepreneur, Taffy Williams , who is the co-founder & CEO of Colonial TDC. Colonial TDC offers a professional team of scientific and business experts to build and grow medical and technology companies. Taffy also writes for the Small Business section of the with his own personal advice based on his personal insights and he has his own blog called Startup Blog .  He has some great stories for the years of experience that he shares in his blog. This month we are focusing on an article that was released on October 4 on called ” 6 Considerations to remember about failure ” in light of a local favorite conference called FailCon which focuses on entrepreneurial failure and how to learn from it.

Complete SF New Tech Coverage of Tonights Startup Demos #sfnt

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3 New OS X Mavericks Video's to Help You Get Up & Running

Editor: Nerd Stalker is grateful to have a guest post from  Caroline Phillips Rodin from . is a popular Internet training platform that sharpens your Internet skills.  They have put together a great series of startup videos for OSX Mavericks. Check it out!

Network Automation Makes IT Life Simpler with AutoMate 10

In June of this year, we interviewed Dustin Snell, CEO of Network Automation, on tips on automating business processes using their AutoMate product. This month, Network Automation, announced a new genesis of AutoMate called AutoMate 10. In this interview, Dustin talks about the new features of Automate 10 and how Network Automation's new features addressed the new needs of today's IT professional, namely helping them get from "inception to production."

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10.16 SF New Tech Post Show with Liberty and Greg

Check out what #ThatTechGirl Liberty Madison and our Greg Viloria aka SocialGreg says about the pitches from the SF New Tech 10.16 show.

Meet Momentage - Social Photo App that Tells a Story

Nerd Stalker was invited to a launch of a new Social Photo Sharing App called Momentage at the Jones  in San Francisco. A really nice feature is that you can create a collage of pictures and do a voice over on top of it to create a story to give your pictures more context. This is great for creatives who want to tell a story about their artwork. We interviewed Gil Padia , the CMO of Momentage, and discussed the uniqueness in the market. Check out the video below.