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These Colorful Patterns Are Famous LA and NYC Neighborhoods From Above

Photographer Jeffrey Milstein is known for getting stunning shots of our culture from above; we previously covered his aerial photographs of cruise ships . For his new series LANY he photographed the two cities from a helicopter. While these views don’t necessarily feel unfamiliar (thanks Google Earth!), his composition and color transform them into magical [...]

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Jai Wolf Teams With Hard Summer For Sick Mixtape

New York based producer Jai Wolf‘s rise in the scene has been like a movie. After Sonny Moore (Skrillex) caught wind of his “Ease My Mind” remix the story had been written. Skrills has been playing out that remix at pretty much every opportunity. Seeing him play it live at Hangout was completely full circle. [...]

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New York and Connecticut want to know if Apple violated antitrust laws while it built Apple Music

Apple Music has attracted scrutiny in New York and Connecticut. The states are investigating Apple’s efforts to get the streaming music service off the ground to determine if it violated antitrust laws during its talks with labels. Of particular concern is the possibility that Apple “pressured” the labels to pull their music from services — [...]

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Care.com’s Sheila Lirio Marcelo admits the city isn’t the wicked best at consumer tech

Last night’s PandoMonthly with Sheila Lirio Marcelo featured a few incredible moments during which the Care.com founder and CEO revealed some very personal details of her life and career experiences. Marcelo also gave some insight into how Care plans to position itself as more than just a service to find child care. But, being that the [...]

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The LA tech scene is seeing some exits and monster funding rounds – now it needs to reinvest to really build the ecosystem

This week a partnership between CB Insights and Upfront Ventures brings insight into what’s going on in the LA startup and venture capital worlds. With the newly released LA Venture Capital Report: 2014 Year in Review, things appear to be trending upwards in Los Angeles, but there are a couple concerns for its continued growth. One [...]

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The Boston vs. New York tech rivalry takes an unexpected turn according to CB Insights latest data

On the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for HubSpot’s initial public offering last fall — which came one week after I was in the same room for Wayfair’s IPO — I chatted up one of NYSE’s staff members about the New York tech scene. We discussed some of the more promising companies and some up and [...]

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ClassPass staffer says “bros” should stalk, hit on sweaty women during its exercise classes

What’s the best way to garner attention for one of New York’s hottest women-led startups? Raise $40 million in investment funding? Acquire a competitor? Have your founder featured in an Inc. piece on how dancing helps her get through the work week? No. None of the above quite does the trick. At least that’s how [...]

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Millennials are finally buying homes, as Winklevii-backed TripleMint relaunches to help

In two days I’ve talked to two startups that emphasized the idea of “owning every step of the process” or “owning the process from end to end.” The first was New York chef David Chang’s food delivery startup Maple, which launched yesterday to handle preparation, packaging, ordering, and delivering of meals in a way only a [...]

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NYC’s king of milk and noodles, David Chang, launches his own food startup: Maple

When I first heard of David Chang, it was in one of those hilarious New York Times trend pieces. This one was about how marijuana use had shaped fine dining in the five boroughs and beyond, giving rise to what the writer cleverly coined as “haute stoner cuisine.” You mean to say that people in the restaurant [...]

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Uber brings its food delivery service to New York despite increasing competition

Uber has brought its food delivery service to parts of Manhattan, and it’s promising to deliver lunches within 10 minutes of the order being placed. The service was previously available in Los Angeles and Barcelona. It’s currently limited to a small portion of Manhattan, but Uber says in the announcement that it plans to expand [...]

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