Week in Review: December 10, 2012

The Silicon Bayou has been buzzing with tech and entrepreneurial news. Here are the most popular stories published on Silicon Bayou News in the past seven days:

1735 Lists Later, Shwery Finds Success with Simple List App

Matt Shwery, previously of VoteIt, has created a list app with one major goal: it had to be simple. With MinimaList, users can add items and check them off, swipe right to check off on mobile (left to undo), double click to edit items, and click the trashcan or clear text to delete an item.

Idea Village and Entrepreneurial Community Prepare for NOEW

The Idea Village sent out an e-blast yesterday reminding fans, followers, and community members of the upcoming entrepreneurial season and NOEW. The 5th annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week kicks off in March, scheduled for the 16th through 22nd, 2012.

Lusher Wins Grand Prize at Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge

As part of  the Idea Village and Brees Dream Foundation’s Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge, four finalist schools pitched last night for the grand prize, a $10,000 check to make their crazy ideas come to life at the third annual Idea Bowl. Lusher’s “I am” concept took home the reward. The students encouraged audience members to fill in the blank word after, “I am.”

Baton Rouge Entrepreneurs Top 40 Under 40 List

Business Report has revealed this year’s Top 40 Under 40 in Baton Rouge. With over 230 nominations, those who made the list are the men and women with top personal and professional accomplishments. Click here to find out more about each of the Top 40.

VoiceHIT Presents to Potential Investors Interested in mHealth Companies

VoiceHIT has solidified its ranking as a top mobile health company after being chosen as one of fifteen to present yesterday at the mHealth Summit’s Mobile Venture Fair. The company showed off its latest web-based, patient-centered health management system, Better Day™ Health.

Ring Publications Joins Louisiana Technology Park

Ring Publications is the newest addition to theLouisiana Technology Park. The company was founded in 2010 as a small press publisher and has grown into a software development and online marketing company with the main goal of providing educational material to clients.