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Mar 18, 2010
Tim Rowe CEO and founder of the Cambridge Innovation Center opened an entrepreneurs Cafe in a temporary space near the MIT campus. It is currently called the Venture Cafe and it is a place where investors and entrepreneurs can meet to get to know each other and build a solid relationship. The Venture Cafe is currently in Beta and they are looking for a new name. If you would like to participate in the discussion about a new name check out the facebook fan page.… Read More
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Mar 15, 2010
I found this while browsing the internet. It was done by a company called Jess3. They are a "creative agency that specializes in web design, branding and data visualization." The video is called The State of the Internet definitely a must watch for anyone. JESS3 / The State of The Internet from JESS3 on Vimeo. Read More
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Mar 9, 2010
At Codero, we are dedicated to creating products and services that help our customers succeed, and take great care to competitively price them.  As a sign of our commitment to offering top value to our customers, we recently launched the Price Match Challenge, allowing customers to receive a price match on any dedicated and managed hosting service we offer if they find a publicly advertised price from a competitor for identical products and services. For full details about the Price Match Challenge and other current… Read More
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Jan 21, 2010
Following the January 12 earthquake that wreaked havoc on much of Haiti, an estimated 1.5 million people have been left without a home. At times like this, organizations like the Red Cross are critical in getting aid, shelter and other supplies such as food and water to these survivors. (more…) Read More
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Jan 11, 2010
Codero has been nominated for HostReview's annual Reader's Choice Web Host Awards, and voters have a chance to win a black iPod Touch 8 GB! Cast your vote for the Best Web Hosting Company of 2009 by next Sunday, January 17. Read More
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Dec 29, 2009
We're entering 2010 with all kinds of new gadgets, gizmos, and tech tools, but let's not forget that we've lost a few things this decade, too. HuffPostTech took a look back at 12 things that became obsolete this decade. From fax machines to landline phones check them out (and get nostalgic) in the slideshow below! 12 Things That Became Obsolete This Decade (PHOTOS). Read More
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Dec 21, 2009
Time Magazine's 2009 Gadget of the Year? Not Apple's iPhone 3GS – that came in at #4 – but DROID, thanks to a creative alliance between Motorola and Verizon and use of Google’s Android platform. It’s sleek, features a big display and is fully customizable with apps downloaded from the Android Market. See all of Time’s Top 10 Gadgets of 2009. Rest In Peace, Microsoft Encarta. This year saw the demise of the once very popular digital encyclopedia which first launched as a CD-ROM in… Read More
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Nov 23, 2009
It’s finally happened: social media has risen to the top of our everyday terminology. The New Oxford American Dictionary just announced “unfriend” as its 2009 Word of the Year. That’s right: unfriend (verb) "To remove someone as a 'friend' on a social networking site such as Facebook." Other Internet/technology words considered this year include hashtag, netbook and paywall, as well as Twitt, Tweeple and other common Twitter terms. Check out the full list here. (more…) Read More