Star Wars vs. Star Trek, which is better? Vote with dollars to buy therapeutic iPads in the name of your nerd clan
The Louisville Digital Association is once again calling on all digirati to throw their online support behind a local charity — and settle a long-running geek debate in the process.
The Apple App Store has paid out $4 billion to developers since its debut in 2008. The Android Marketplace is hot on Apple’s trail. Microsoft and Blackberry are still ready to make a play for the rest of the market. Apps aren’t a fad, they’re the future of mobile computing.
So how do you get in on it?
(Re)Introducing CodepaLOUsa – The most awesome Louisville-centric software conference you’ve never heard of
Joe Wheeler is the Director of Business Development at igNew, one of the fiercest advocate’s for Louisville tech community, and a friend to the LDA. He asked for a megaphone to shout about a cause worthy of concern to every Louisville software geek, and we gladly gave him the keys to this here blog. Take it away, Joe…
I’ve had conversations with many of you about how to make Louisville, KY and the surrounding area the technology hot spot we all want it to be…so here is an opportunity to take another step in that direction.
By day Chris Theisen is the Director of Digital Communication for FlexPAC. By night he is a husband, father and social media junkie (ok thats all during the day too) The social media addiction led to his selection by the Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee as one of the #social46 tasked with promoting Indianapolis and the events surrounding the Super Bowl. You can connect with him on a myriad of social networks viachristheisen.com. As Super Bowl XLVI is in Louisville’s virtual (and actual) backyard, we invited Chris to give us the lowdown on the digital outreach surrounding the big game.
When I received this tweet I was at once skeptical and excited: