JESS3 loves Halloween. I mean, really loves Halloween. So much so that we decided to compile a list of our favorite Halloween-related things. Check it out:
This week, the offices of 1707 L Street faced off in a Pumpkin Carving Competition.
Having functioned entirely under the “work-from-home” model until January of this year, we cannot speak more highly about what the physical space and proximity has done for our process, results, cohesion and inside jokes.
We raise a glass, err, bottle, to Coke for their efforts and philosophy in the area of content marketing.
Drugs, alcohol, hysteria and the power of word unsurprisingly play a large part in the new adaptation of the Hunter S. Thompson novel, The Rum Diary. Coming out on October 28, The Rum Diary follows Paul Kemp, a character loosely based on Thompson’s own experience, as he travels to Puerto Rico to work as a journalist in the late 1950′s.
Our fearless leaders have gotten in on the action in New York, and now some designers showcased by Fast Company want to encourage the other 99% to get in on it, too.
This Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the first foursquare check-in from space. Not only did it knock Antarctica out of the running for the coolest check-in ever made, but it also made my personal list for the ‘coolest project I’ve worked on in my entire career… ever.’
Did you know that New York City just became the #2 city for total available venture capital, surpassing Boston and putting Silicon Valley on notice? New York Senator Chuck Schumer rallied the crowd of founders and engineering students around this fact, remarking: “If you are interested in high-growth tech companies, New York City is the place to be.”
Wired pays tribute to Steve Jobs.
As an entrepreneur, you spend a lot of your time looking forward and asking: where are we headed? do we have enough cash flow and resources to keep moving? what’s the next big thing? where do we want to be in 18 months?