Aedan Macdonald, a “special needs” student for 11 of his 12 years of primary school hated his early, middle and high school education. It was not until he was incarcerated that he discovered his love for learning. While still incarcerated, he did so well in his studies that he was accepted to the School of General Studies at Columbia University .
More than 40 groups of hackers spent 20 hours working their tails off to come up with next “big” idea. Each of the groups were given 90 seconds to pitch before a panel of industry experts. Three winners were chosen: Toronto-based Twitter Demographics, Future Mario and Worst Phone Ever. Continue reading “TechCrunch Disrupt: Hackathon Day 2”
With Bulge Bracket heavyweights Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, BAC Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley raising capital for uber-Internet phenomenons, Facebook and LinkedIn, investors Continue reading “So You Wanna Be In VC?”