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Mike Zolnick

Mike is an avid writer and tech geek. Born in Delaware, he graduated from Tulane in 2009 with a degree in Psychology and has worked as a Contributing Writer for The Santa Fe Reporter. You can follow him on Twitter @MikeZolnick

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Looking for tech talent? Don’t look far, Localsource.it!

| November 11, 2011 | Comments (1)
Looking for tech talent? Don't look far, Localsource.it!

When Matthew Tritico moved back to New Orleans in 2007, he soon realized that there was a disconnect between talented individuals and the projects of new startups. With so many people moving into the city and dozens of businesses brainstorming new ideas, it was hard for the talent to connect to the work. Enter localsource.it. […]

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Bideo Auctions Photos and Videos to Media Outlets

| September 7, 2011 | Comments (2)

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Bideo Auctions Photos and Videos to Media Outlets

Last week, a video surfaced on the internet of an allegedly drunk NOPD officer driving on Interstate I-10. The video, posted anonymously on YouTube, quickly circulated across social media and eventually led to an internal investigation being launched into the matter. On the Twitter page for his startup company Bideo, Pike Barkerding asks “How much do you […]

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Swellr Connects Community Members to Education Projects through Local Businesses

| August 23, 2011 | Comments (0)

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Swellr Connects Community Members to Education Projects through Local Businesses

New Orleans expat Nathan Rothstein, co-founder of NOLA YURP (Young Urban Rebuilding Professionals) Initiative and one of Gambit Weekly’s “40 Under 40,” has teamed up with  Boston businesses to support local community projects.  His newest startup, Swellr, helps connect community members to the needs of education projects by shopping at local businesses. The students of […]

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