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Meet the Orlando firm looking to take on Google - Orlando Business Journal

Thu, 01/23/2014 - 17:35 -- rprice

Sarah Meeks, 28, and her 30-year-old brother, Thomas Meeks — founders of SeeqIt LLC (pronounced seek-it) —have been working on a new search engine called Trevinly. The idea is relatively basic: No more search-engine optimization. Businesses would pay SeeqIt $9 a month or $99 a year, and the site’s fairness algorithm guarantees distributed first place rankings. There's also a freemium version of the site, which doesn't have photos for businesses.

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Meet the Orlando firm looking to take on Google - Orlando Business Journal

Thu, 01/23/2014 - 17:35 -- rprice

Sarah Meeks, 28, and her 30-year-old brother, Thomas Meeks — founders of SeeqIt LLC (pronounced seek-it) —have been working on a new search engine called Trevinly. The idea is relatively basic: No more search-engine optimization. Businesses would pay SeeqIt $9 a month or $99 a year, and the site’s fairness algorithm guarantees distributed first place rankings. There's also a freemium version of the site, which doesn't have photos for businesses.

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Thu, 01/23/2014 - 15:53 -- rprice

Actively Building a Robot while learning math, science and engineering. Being on the front lines of technology education, and using that technology to learn the math,science and engineering which is so hard to pick up in a passive chalk talk. Being involved on a competitive robotics team. Whether it's VEX, USFIRST, MATE or LEGO, robotics competitions provide an academic benchmark with a sports like competition. Kids are really motivated to excel because they are involved in something that is real to them.

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Thu, 01/23/2014 - 15:53 -- rprice

Actively Building a Robot while learning math, science and engineering. Being on the front lines of technology education, and using that technology to learn the math,science and engineering which is so hard to pick up in a passive chalk talk. Being involved on a competitive robotics team. Whether it's VEX, USFIRST, MATE or LEGO, robotics competitions provide an academic benchmark with a sports like competition. Kids are really motivated to excel because they are involved in something that is real to them.

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101 things we love about Orlando - Orlando Sentinel

Wed, 11/27/2013 - 09:15 -- rprice

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. The SAK Comedy Lab. The Bay Street Players. And the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The Wekiva River (for its status as a National Wild and Scenic River). The St. Johns River (for its importance in the state's ecology). And 4 Rivers (for its beef brisket).

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ArtStarter

Wed, 11/20/2013 - 15:12 -- rprice

artwork commissioned by the Urban Art Museum is funded by the local community, which means this is your chance to create something out of nothing!!! Few of us will acquire the wealth necessary to commission a public art installation or have a building named after you. Using the crowdsourcing format is an opportunity for members of the community to take ownership of their environment and the art that is created in it, and say “that piece of public art, I helped create that!”

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Together

Wed, 11/13/2013 - 10:26 -- rprice

Cross Platform Asynchronous Multiplayer API Allows iPhone, Android devices and more to play Together! Cloud Based Server Hosting Makes the process easier. Leaderboards Track your player’s progress and high scores! Achievements Everyone loves Achievements! In-Game Text Chat Allows players to brag/chat while playing.

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Urban ReThink to shutter in Thornton Park by Oct. 1 - Orlando Business Journal

Tue, 08/27/2013 - 10:22 -- rprice

Urban ReThink was a collaborative effort between the foundation and downtown developer Craig Ustler to turn the former Urban Think! Bookstore into a cool space for budding creative entrepreneurs and local community events. The space opened in 2011 and has hosted events including those featuring famed author/activist Gloria Steinem, PBS Newshour host Ray Suarez and Bitly former chief scientist Hilary Mason, not to mention gatherings with local big names. It also has become a workspace for burgeoning entrepreneurs, including Kyle Christian Steele of local tech startup Doccaster Inc.

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