Monthly Archives: March 2011

Gemvara – an online customizable jewelry store

Source: Mashable, Mar 2011 Gemvara is a Boston-based startup that specializes in high-end, customizable jewelry. Shoppers can browse a catalog of more than 1,500 original designs and mix and match from 26 different kinds of gemstones and eight precious metals … Continue reading

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Fast F.A.D. (Fresh Authentic Design)

Source: MarketingProfs, Mar 2011 Note how these points reinforces Fast F.A.D. 🙂 Although a brand’s coolness is important to up-and-coming Millennials, most surveyed Gen-Y Americans say a brand should be up-to-date (36%) and should have its own style (33%) to be appealing, according … Continue reading

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Graduate Employment Survey 2010 (published 2011)

Source: Transitioning.org, Mar 2011 17. NUS Computer Science – $3,289 ($3,400) 52. NUS Computing – $2,935 ($3,200)

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Sensee.com – French eyewear website

Source: Business Insider, Mar 2011 Marc Simoncini, Founder and CEO of Meetic, the biggest dating site in Europe worth around $500 million on the Paris stock market, announced over the week-end that he was investing $10+ million into Sensee.com and … Continue reading

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Why Blog?

Source: TechCrunch, Mar 2011 1. Why If you care about accessing customers, reaching an audience, communicating your vision, influencing people in your industry, marketing your services or just plain engaging in a dialog with others in your industry a blog … Continue reading

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TechCrunch Disrupt – SF & Beijing

Source: TechCrunch, Jan 2011 The first Disrupt will once again take place in New York City on May 23-25. We will be accepting submissions starting today and for the next eight weeks through Sunday, April 3, 2011 at midnight PT. … Continue reading

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3DTin jQuery plugin

Source: http://blog.3dtin.com/3dtin-jquery-plugin A by-product of the recent rewrite of 3DTin was that, it got well modularized. I was able to separate the core 3DTin editor from the rest of the application logic. Once having done that, it was easy to package … Continue reading

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