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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Weekend Reads: Unretirement, Imagine This and Mistakes I Made at Work

November 21, 2014 |

The weather couldn’t be more perfect outside, so allot an hour or so this weekend and dive into a good book.

 

 

For much of your employed life, you dreamed about not having to work. Retirement would be great. It … Read More

Justin Timberlake turns techpreneur and co-owner of Scottsdale’s AfterMaster Audio Labs

November 19, 2014 |

Tucked away in the Scottsdale Airpark, a group of engineers utilize cutting-edge software to bring texture, shape and clarity to the recordings of some of the top artists in the world. Taylor Swift, Michael Jackson and U2, among other Grammy Award … Read More

Thanksgiving apps every foodie will appreciate

November 19, 2014 |

There are a lot of delicious aspects to an American Thanksgiving feast — the perfectly roasted turkey, the fluffy mashed potatoes and the silky pumpkin pie with the crispy, yet buttery, crust. While these dishes may sound easy enough to … Read More

Forget long concession lines, Grub Runner will deliver a hotdog to your seat

November 18, 2014 |

If you’ve ever been to a baseball game, you know the vendors that roam the stands selling lemonade, popcorn and cotton candy. But what if you want something a little different, like pizza or nachos, and you don’t want to … Read More

Entrepreneurship starts with a marathon mindset

November 18, 2014 |

Ask any startup and they will tell you about the caffeine induced days that turn into nights, the stress of trying to find money for payroll, the imbalance between work and life, the presentation fail in front of investors, server … Read More

Global Startup Weekend brings out Phoenix’s top bananas

November 17, 2014 |

This past weekend, some of the Valley’s brightest developers, designers and thinkers descended upon downtown to hash out an innovative startup idea all within 54 hours at the Phoenix Global Startup Battle. After pulling all-nighters that could only resemble college … Read More

Solar Zone brightens Ariz. energy industry with completion of 165-acres of solar panels

November 17, 2014 |

While the weather may be cooling down, Arizona’s solar industry is warming up as businesses and the University of Arizona completed the first phase of the Solar Zone, a renewable energy research initiative now complete with 165 acres of photovoltaic solar … Read More

The good, bad and suck of owning a startup – AZTB Lunch and Learn Nov.

November 14, 2014 |

Last month at the AZTB Lunch and Learn, AZ Tech Beat invited local data experts to discuss how to sift through an abundance of data to effectively grow a business. Tracy Diziere, a veteran marketing consultant, and Don Simpson, a … Read More

Friday Night Lights hit Scottsdale in the Battle of the Pranksters – video

November 14, 2014 | 1

This afternoon, at the Chaparral fields in Scottsdale, tech companies Axosoft and Appointment-Plus square off in a flag football game that can only be described as the battle of the pranksters. It started out friendly, as it always does,” said Steve … Read More

Board Blazers can light up your next tailslide – gadget – video

November 14, 2014 |

When Greg Rudolph was a student at Arizona State University, he was walking on campus at night when he saw something strange. He approached a man whose skateboard seemed to be glowing and asked how he did it.

“Bro! I … Read More