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Looking forward to sharing my #Wearables thoughts on Nov 18

NSBEI’ll be speaking about the wearables future and the opportunities we all can be a part of. Proud to take part and truly looking forward to the evening.

 

 

 

Emerging TechTalks: Computing Innovation and the future of wearable technology

The NSBE Boston Professionals and Black Techboston are pleased to present the Emerging TechTalks sponsored by Twitter Boston. Join us as we hear from cross-industry entrepreneurs, experts, and innovators on the future of technology and opportunities tech lovers need to know!

This year’s TechTalks will features overview and discussion on Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Wearables.

This Emerging Technology Talk series will offer insight into the future of technology as seen through the eyes of our experts, industry entrepreneurs and innovators!

Date: November 18th
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: Twitter – 141 Portland St (Hampshire), Cambridge, MA 02139
Free to Attend – Click to RSVP (Attendees must register to attend)

Details: NSBE Boston Website

The plans for my 15 minutes: The Connected Future. Wearables will affect virtually all professions and how we access just in time information about our location in space and time. From physicians reading lab reports while looking the patient in the eyes, to first-hand coaching and warehouse picking we’ll explore development opportunities in this uncharted space.

#NSBEBoston @NSBEBoston

Mass Innovation Nights #MIN72

We had another incredible evening of networking and product launches at #MIN72 on March 11, 2015. LogMeIn are wonderful hosts and their multi-tiered space was perfect. I should also mention that the food was spectacular for a networking event and we owe that to Lucky’s Lounge, also the site of our fun after party. Most photos taken by myself with Google Glass and a couple with my Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

My 1st Ever iTunes Podcast Submission Accepted

I’m excited. This is the first time I have ever submitted anything to iTunes®, and it was approved in a day! I perhaps should have waited until I had more episodes in the can, but I never expected to be accepted on my first try, with my very first podcast. Look for the publicized launch when we have 3 or more episodes.

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So, this has advantages. I’m starting the podcast hosted on my server, rather than one of the specialty hosts such as Libsyn. I can always move it once we are wildly popular, but for now, iTunes is more important. iTunes, Apple®, created podcasting and many times it will be nice to say “just search for Innovators Pod on iTunes”.

I’ll add this to my ever-growing list of SEO and publishing skills.

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