Acmqueue is a Web site that provides a critical perspective on current and emerging information technologies, highlighting the technical challenges and problems that software engineers are likely to encounter when using them. In doing so, Queue helps readers sharpen their own thinking and pursue innovative solutions in their own work.
Backbone magazine is a broad-based business magazine that focuses on technology for business executives who need to stay up to date. It provides a tangible tool to enhance productivity and agility in Canada's changing economy. It is the only magazine in Canada with this focus that reaches a large senior business executive audience.
BuildingWebApps.com is a resource site for web application developers, with a focus on Ruby on Rails and related technologies. It includes an extensive set of links to the best resources on the web, plus original articles. BuildingWebApps.com also publishes the free Learning Rails podcast tutorial series, created by Michael Slater and Christopher Haupt.
CenterNetworks was relaunched in September 2006 to focus on the "new" Internet. The mission of CenterNetworks is to help industry professionals learn more about topics including: social networking, Web 2.0, and social media. CenterNetworks offers industry news and analysis, executive interviews and conference coverage.
Enterprise Technology Management
ETM is a quarterly publication that provides decision-makers and end-users with the information they need to succeed in the ever-changing field of IT, from developing strategy, to making cost-effective purchase decisions and managing their organisation's projects via independent, world-leading analysis and vendor thought-leadership in the form of original whitepapers, podcasts, analyst research and case-studies detailing up-to-date industry trends and data. ETM will be distributed to over 68,000 c-level suite executives and IT managers across North America, EMEA and Asia.
Fast Company sets the agenda, charting the evolution of business through a unique focus on the most creative individuals sparking change in the marketplace. By uncovering best and "next" practices, the magazine and website help a new breed of leader work smarter and more effectively. Fast Company empowers innovators to challenge convention and create the future of business.
FUSICOLOGY.com is a multifaceted and multi-media promotion and marketing entity targeting early adopters and trendsetting multicultural urbanites, nationally. Since 2003 helping tastemakers create, define, support and sustain the Urban Alternative market, by aggregating quality events, artists, promoters and lifestyle brands along with cutting edge editorial content and carefully cultivated online partnerships
GarysGuide.org is the #1 Events Calendar for Technology & Media Professionals. It is currently live in 21 of the biggest tech & media hubs in the country including New York, Boston, DC, Chicago, LA, Austin, San Diego, Denver, Portland, Seattle, Toronto, Las Vegas, Philly, Phoenix, Atlanta, Miami, Raleigh, Dallas, Orlando, Detroit and San Francisco. Recently profiled in the NY Times, it reaches a highly targeted audience of connectors and influencers including VCs, Angel investors, Entrepreneurs, Tech Execs, Bloggers, Analysts, Technologists and more.
Girls in Tech
Girls in Tech is a social network enterprise focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of like-minded, professional, intelligent and influential women in technology. As young women with the capacity to inspire, we made it our personal desire and passion to create and sustain an organization that focuses on the collaboration, promotion, growth and success of women in the technology sector.
InformationWeek magazine reaches 440,000 business technology professionals. Its mission is to help CIOs and IT executives define and frame their business technology objectives. InformationWeek.com delivers breaking news, blogs, image galleries, and proprietary research and analysis on IT trends, whitepaper library, video reports, and interactive tools, all in a 24/7 environment.
Instructables is the most popular Do It Yourself community on the Internet. Started in August 2005, Instructables enables passionate, creative people to share their most innovative projects, recipes, ideas, and hacks. The site is currently home to over 30,000 projects covering such diverse areas as crafts, art, kids, electronics, pets, bikes, cars, robotics, green projects, and cooking.
IntoMobile offers in-depth and comprehensive coverage of the mobile space. As a leader in delivering cellphone news, reviews, rumors and commentary, IntoMobile has grown into the premier online resource for the latest information about mobile phones. Whether you're a tech-savvy prosumer or just researching a new cellphone, IntoMobile has what you need!
Missed a conference session or want to share a great one with your friends or co-workers? IT Conversations publishes a new audio podcast nearly every day, from the most important tech conferences such as this one to our unique programs. And it's not just IT. It's everything tech and beyond.
With more than 5.5 million monthly pageviews, Mashable is the world's largest blog focused on social networks and web 2.0 news. Mashable's readers include the most tech-savvy early adopters, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, influencers, Web 2.0 aficionados and technology journalists.
Written by industry experts and edited by Microsoft professionals, MSDN Magazine brings readers uniquely advanced resources direct from the source. Find useful real-world solutions and applications for new technology. SEARCH. FIND. RANK. Research products & services in the Microsoft ecosystem on TotalDevPro.com - a comprehensive online resource streamlining your purchase process.
PredictiveAnalytics.org is sponsored by the World Organization of Webmasters (WOW) and aims to provide Web professionals with an understanding of what Predictive Analytics is all about, how Predictive Analytics works, who benefits from Predictive Analytics, what's required to implement Predictive Analytics and In depth Predictive Analytics education and training.
Revision3 is Internet Television. If you're interested in technology & modern culture Revision3 has a show for you. Internet Television shows like Diggnation (featuring Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht) to Tekzilla & more at Revision3.com or iTunes or YouTube or wherever you enjoy watching video online.
Seeking Alpha is the premier financial website for actionable stock market opinion and analysis. Handpicked from the world's top blogs, money managers, financial experts and investment newsletters, Seeking Alpha publishes more than 175 articles daily. Seeking Alpha gives a voice to over 1600 contributors, providing access to the nation's most savvy and inquisitive investors. The award-winning site is the only free, online source for over 3,000 companies' quarterly earnings call transcripts including all of the Russell 3000 Index. Seeking Alpha was named the Most Informative Website by Kiplinger's Magazine and received Forbes Magazine's 'Best of the Web' Award.
SitePoint is a fast growing online media company and information provider targeting the Web professional market. The company's blogs, articles, email newsletters, books and kits are essential reading for creative professionals and programmers worldwide and attract over 3 million unique visitors per month.
Slashdot is the largest community-based technology discussion site on the web. With peer-tested content, Slashdot's mission is to provide daily information and entertainment through relevant, news-based discussion threads on things that effect technology and the lives of the community who enjoy it. Learn more at www.slashdot.org
Social Media Today
Online social networking is becoming an essential tool for companies to engage with potential customers in ways that have never before been possible. Social Media Today LLC helps global organizations create purpose-built B2B social communities designed to achieve measurable corporate goals by engaging exactly the customers and prospects you most want to reach.
Founded at MIT in 1899, Technology Review is the oldest technology magazine in the world. Occupying a unique position at the intersection of business and technology, our mission is to describe emerging technologies and analyze their impact. Technology Review also produces the annual EmTech Conference and Technologyreview.com which offers daily analysis on groundbreaking emerging technologies.
The recognized authority in the blogosphere, Technorati collects, organizes, highlights and distributes the online global conversation. Founded in 2002 as the first blog search engine, Technorati tracks authority and influence of blogs, and has become the definitive source for top stories, opinions, photos and videos emerging across the blogosphere.
Thrillist, a free daily email, delivers the best of what your city's hiding. Covering all that's new, unknown, or inexcusably under-appreciated, Thrillist sifts through the crap to find the best food, drinks, events, gadgets, gear and services in cities across America.
Since 1998, Toolbox.com for IT is an online community of professionals who share practical information on IT topics. This community enables anyone to access the collective information of a worldwide audience of experienced professionals, including 28 different knowledge bases ranging from business intelligence to wireless technologies.
A Top 10 newspaper web site (comScore, November 2008), Topix is the leading news community on the Web, connecting people to information and discussions that matter to them in every U.S. town and city. Topix links news from 50,000 sources to 360,000 lively user-generated forums and user-edited news pages. Topix also helps companies to engage their online audiences through syndicated forums, hyper-local platforms, RSS feeds, and more.
Ubergizmo is one of the top consumer electronics websites, distributed in six languages and read in 212 countries. A Webby Award Honoree, Ubergizmo has been recognized as a leading high-tech website: it has been ranked as a Top100 Blog by PC Magazine, and is in the Nielsen's Blogpulse Top 50.
VentureBeat provides new and analysis of technology innovation and the venture capital that fuels it. Written by Matt Marshall and a team experienced journalists, VentureBeat provides in-depth coverage of Web 2.0 and Digital Media, Clean Tech, Mobile, Gaming and Venture. VentureBeat offers influential leaders insights into the most relevant emerging technologies, trends and companies and the business opportunities they create. Readers include entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and other business technology executives who follow technology innovation.
Wall Street Technology Association
The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA), founded in 1967, is a not-for-profit educational organization that focuses on technologies, operational approaches, and business issues for the global financial community. For more information, visit www.wsta.org.
Web Host Industry Review
Since 2000, The Web Host Industry Review (www.thewhir.com) has made a name for itself as the foremost authority of the Web host industry providing reliable, insightful and comprehensive news, reviews and resources to the hosting community. TheWHIR Blogs (www.thewhir.com/blogs) provides a community of expert industry perspectives. The Web Host Industry Review Magazine also offers a business-minded, issue-driven perspective of interest to executives and decision-makers at both large and small hosting companies as well as suppliers, resellers and web hosting customers. WHIR TV offers on demand web hosting video interviews and web hosting video features of the key persons and events of the web hosting industry.
Webgrrls International, is an online and offline networking organization of professional business women focused on propelling their careers and businesses forward. We focus on networking and connecting with others, leveraging and learning about technology, learning new skills and finding jobs, finding mentors and interns, and gaining access to support and information. For more information go to http://www.webgrrls.com.
The Webware 100 Awards, produced by Webware.com, a CNET site, recognizes the Best Web 2.0 sites, services, and applications that are leading the next wave of innovation. Webware.com provides reviews and information on hundreds of web-based services, such as wikis, blogs, and social networking sites that help people determine the best products for them to use in their daily lives. Voting opens on March 31st at Webware.com!
Women 2.0 is committed to increasing the number of women entrepreneurs starting high growth ventures by providing the resources, network, and knowledge for the launch and growth of their company. Our vision is to be a catalyst for change, mobilizing a global community of ambitious women entrepreneurs seeking to advance the world through technology. Women 2.0 is headquartered in San Francisco. Support innovation.
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