Monthly Archives: July 2010

Quick! How fast can you find an event?

Mobile users are on the go and need to have information readily accessible with as little navigation, typing or searching as possible. Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing: Growth with Community Benefits

The point I’d like to focus on is how expedient it can be to give away percentages of a startup when it is all we have to offer. Continue reading

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Presenting APPCityLife to MobileBeat 2010

I am very pleased with APPCityLife being named one of the ten hottest mobile app startups of 2010 Continue reading

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Fear of Flying actually lends itself to Productivity

And yes, I know the statistics and know that I should have even more trepidation when I drive, but you know, my vehicle does not scream like that when I drive to the end of the cul-de-sac and the sides of don’t rattle and shake as if they’ll fall off every time I get on the freeway. Somehow the lack of physical reminders that I am inside of a hurtling piece of metal leads me to complacency in my own vehicle. Continue reading

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Turning Obstacles into Opportunities to Shine

Just when I think I’ve mapped out the perfect strategy to move the company forward, some new obstacle presents itself, forcing me back to the drawing board to find a way to accommodate this change in strategy without losing ground. Continue reading

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Heading to MobileBeat 2010

You see, I’ve believed that APPCityLife, my company, is going to forge new ground in the way we discover things and share things about the community where we live. But for someone in the industry to believe me? That is powerful affirmation. Continue reading

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Running it by the PR Department

And while free press is coveted by startups, weathering the ensuing storm from saying something underhanded about the competition doesn’t come quite as easily to the little guy as they do the corporate giants. Continue reading

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