Zombies, Chimps and Apples
Zombie Shelters for Sale Been watching a little too much Walking Dead lately? This Cold War reminiscent trend is overtaking parts of the nation. From DIY’s to contract builders charging $35k to upwards of $146,000 equipped with a DJ station and entertainment center. So you can take down those walkers to a soundtrack of your choice.
A local tech guy who definitely knows his stuff
I first met Benjamin Ingber on Facebook when I became a member of “CNY Bloggers” – a group of local online writers who share ideas, posts and meet up info for get-togethers outside of the cyber-sphere. Ingber created UrbanGeekCNY.com about a year and a half ago as a way to talk about something he has a real passion for in the public forum – technology.
A few things going on here and there in tech.
Dinomania returns to the MOST
An interview with Vyer Films CEO, K.C. McCleod
Syracuse New Times tech writer Joe Cunningham speaks with K. C. McCleod, CEO of Vyer Films, a unique way to “see something new.”
A few things going on in tech.
Guess What Day It Is? And the newest Google employee is – a camel.
Joe Cunningham rounds up his own ‘Best of’ Syracuse Tech
Inspired by Jeff Kramer’s unmatchable selection of “Best Of” items not on the official Best of Syracuse list this week (The Connective Corridor being my favorite - #LOL), here are a few technological Syracusan things that I’ve thrown together in some semblance of a tongue-in-cheek way.
SU’s Illustration Symposium Skypes with Despicable Me Director, Chris Renaud
The room is dim. 70+ college students in jeans, hipster gear, and pajamas sit up in their seats and giggle, mesmerized by a giant, friendly Wizard of Oz-like head projected in front of them that walks them through a series of illustrations as if reading the children a storybook and acting out all the voices. One would expect a popcorn and candy stand nearby.
What’s happening in Tech?
One of the 35 Under 35 Coolest Entrepreneurs
This year, Inc. Magazine named him one of the “35 Under 35 Coolest Entrepreneurs.” At age 26, he runs his own $4 million dollar company that protects people’s identities online. The Syracuse New Times caught up with Patrick Ambron last week for this exclusive interview.