Lessons From Startup Weekend

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala This was my first Startup Weekend, and I decided to not just observe, but to get involved.  In case you… Read More

TechStars In Seattle Starts Accepting Applications

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala TechStars announced it would be taking it’s brand of startup mentoring to Seattle last year, but would-be founders have had… Read More

Party This Thursday!

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Jennifer Cabala I’m really looking forward to the Seattle 2.0 welcome party this week at Hops and Chops.  There are so many… Read More

Make It Worth My While

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Alyssa Royse I’m not sure what, exactly a “while” is, where Ikeep mine or what would make any given task worth my… Read More

NDA, TMI & 2 Degrees Of Separation

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Alyssa Royse The Seattle Startup Scene is a small and somewhat incestuousthing. Not unlike high-school, after you’ve been here for a while… Read More

The Beauty in Getting Lapped

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By David Aronchick The enemy of my enemy of their enemy is still (probably) my enemy, but boy they sure have a chance… Read More