I absolutely love attending events and shows at Club Nokia. The theater is well ventilated, the floor space is spacious, and the view is good from almost every angle of the room. But most importantly, it has a sound system that shakes your body to the core like it were the end of days and tears your face off with no apologies … so I couldn’t be more excited about returning, but this time, for something a little different. Something a little off the wall from the music acts Club Nokia often hosts. Introducing leetUP, a new live event series designed to share and celebrate ultimate geekdom; a toast to the unlikely, a showcase for all things nerd culture with strong dashes of technology, arts, lifestyle, and comedy thrown in.
To begin our recap of last week’s winter TZ Spotlight, we’d like to say our list of thank yous. Thank you to the supporters who told their colleagues and friends about the event, to our attendees for the attention towards the center of the room, to our supporting sponsors, our Spotlight judges, and to Bill Gross, our inspirational keynote speaker for the evening.
Co-working with your Co-Founders at a coffee shop or co-working space and you want to get everyone in the pumped startup producing mood, however you don’t want to disturb those around. Skunk Juice has the perfect solution for you. Unlike regular earbuds, you can connect with your friends via a Magnetic functionality.
Kyle here LIVE from the Consumer Electronic Show (#CES) in Las Vegas ladies and gentleman. This year’s 2012 International CES is my very first, and will not be my last. What an amazing show. The press room has been loaded all day with people sharing details about this year’s some 20,000 new products being launched and over 37 football fields worth of exhibit space featuring some of the top companies.
Just about every Startup at some point and especially if you do not have a designer, is going to need icons to help spruce up those websites. TechZulu caught up with Martin LeBlanc Eigtved Founder and CEO of IconFinder. We dive into the very beginnings of IconFinder, where Matin personal need led him to start the site, to how he was able to fit working on IconFinder into his school projects to finish the site and all the way to where the site is now and where they are heading.