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Virtual Hackathon Courtesy of Koding

Koding (formerly kodingen), is a terrific development environment that supports a thriving community of PHP, Ruby, Python and Node coders. I’ve used it for my own teeny projects, and found I could quickly knock out some software and get things … Continue reading

Open Garden’s FireChat: Mesh Solution Finds a Problem

It seemed only yesterday –actually two years ago–that I shared a coffee with Open Garden’s dynamic co-founder Micha Benoliel. He had come close to getting a big fat check at TechCrunch Disrupt in 2013 but did succeed in intriguing everyone … Continue reading

Kazoup: UK-based File Analytics Startup

The last few weeks I’ve been focused on my other channel writing about the credit card industry’s gift to insomniacs, the Data Security Standard 3.0. Someday soon Visa, Mastercard, et. al. may eventually discover how to really protect credit card … Continue reading

bpmonline’s Cloud-Based CRM

Another gathering of Ukraine startups happened while I was on holiday in September. Like the last few times, these events are out in San Francisco–hey, what’s wrong with New York City’s vareniki?–featuring the usual cast of investors, incubators and successful … Continue reading

Meanwhile Back at NYU: Cyber Security Contest and New Entreprenurial Center

I’m finally returning to my grove after an extended holiday earlier this month. September of course means back to school so it’s a good time to take a look at recent tech news at, where else, but NYU First, Computer … Continue reading

Foxconn Invests $2M in AirSig

We’re back! I’m still going through emails after our French jaunt– I will miss fresh Parisian baguettes, sigh–and will probably open up shop officially next week. Anyway, here’s some news I though I’d share now: earlier this month AirSig, the … Continue reading

Gone Fishing

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August 28, 2014 | admin

We’ll be closing up shop for a few weeks. See you in September.

Omate: iWatch competition?

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August 21, 2014 | admin

It’s late summer, I’ve been mostly focusing on a fast-approaching vacation, and on my other channel, I’ve been ringing the church bells over privacy issues with patient data. And then this email about a new companion smartwatch lands in my … Continue reading

Brief note on StarSnap: You Oughta Be in Pictures

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August 18, 2014 | Editor

A little summer fun comes by way of an iPhone app that finds close enough matches of your selfie amongst celebrity photos. By the way, according to StarSnap, I resemble Paul McCartney–the older, not the Fab Four vintage. On another … Continue reading

Brief Note on Anonymizer: Simple Secure Browsing

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August 13, 2014 | admin

I’ve been busy working on my other channel where with each post I’ve become despairing of IT security. For your personal computing, you can take matters into your own hands. For example, when browsing at your favorite WiFi hotspot, you … Continue reading

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  • Suivez-moi

    New Jersey
    Technology blogger,social media consultant, and aspiring sous chef. Andy currently works as a Senior Digital Content Producer at Varonis. (agreen@varonis.com)
    since January 2008
    432 followers, 356 friends, 1628 tweets
    RT @varonis: "The FBI will not have to bug your living room; you will do it yourself." http://hubs.ly/y0g5sr0 <- great read on personal pri…
    Nov 1 2014 - 0:55
    Excited to be attending final demos at AMNH's astro hackathon, "Hack the Universe". http://www.amnh.org/calendar/hack-the-universe2
    Nov 1 2014 - 0:28
    Twitter REST API 1.1 - status OK