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People... PLACE... Possibilities - Orlando Magazine - November 2012 - Orlando, FL

Tue, 11/06/2012 - 09:16 -- rprice

North of Livingston is the corporate campus, where digital commerce will fly through the air like invisible Frisbees, carried on the high-tech hopes of the community and kept aloft by investors with capital, catering to young, fast-growing tech companies.
Pipe dream? Perhaps.

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People... PLACE... Possibilities - Orlando Magazine - November 2012 - Orlando, FL

Tue, 11/06/2012 - 09:16 -- rprice

North of Livingston is the corporate campus, where digital commerce will fly through the air like invisible Frisbees, carried on the high-tech hopes of the community and kept aloft by investors with capital, catering to young, fast-growing tech companies.
Pipe dream? Perhaps.

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Culture 2 Go - Visual & Fine Arts - Orlando Weekly

Wed, 09/19/2012 - 09:16 -- rprice

The ODD website (orlandodesigndistrict.com) lists a roll call of designers, print shops, vintage stores and ad/branding/marketing agencies in the area. It aims to function as an online directory of creative professionals, serving both as a resource for potential clients and a magnet for similar new firms.

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Photo Gallery: collide*scope at Urban Rethink | Orlando Weekly Blogs

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:39 -- rprice

Thornton Park's Urban Rethink creative co-working center hosted the August edition of their collide*scope collaborative experiment. Each month, a small group of diverse interesting individuals is assembled by event curator Anna McCambridge Thomas, and tasked with tackling a significant issue in only a week.

The quartet were charged with developing a new weapon in the war against homelessness, and the idea they came up with was both innovative and provocative. In fact, one audience member became so agitated by the Q&A; that followed, that he had to be escorted out.

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Orlando Mini Maker Faire - Arts & Culture - Orlando Weekly

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:38 -- rprice

innovation is not to be collected or consumed – it's to be explored. These are the types whose first instinct after using new technology is to take it apart, driven by a compulsion and motivated by sincere curiosity to find out: How. Does. It. Work. These are the makers. And they're assembling their latest toys and technologies to showcase at Orlando's first-ever Mini Maker Faire.

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Procyon Systems

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:38 -- rprice

Procyon Systems is dedicated to the advancement of Amateur Astronomy
through the development of new and useful telescope hardware and computer software tools.
Located in Central Florida, we've been developing astronomy-based technology
for nearly 20 years. We are currently building the Kissimmee Park Observatory.
We also produce Digital Music, Video, and Multimedia.

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Startup Orange County

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:38 -- rprice

2012 First Cycle Class

Fancy Kiwi - Provides a very easy to use subscription service for intimate feminine hygiene products with the future intention of becoming the one-stop-shop for all related monthly products.

IN2F - Is working on creating a geo-location platform on which geo-centric apps can be easily created for differing products. Their first app release will be called "I Gotta Pee" and will be focused on providing the easiest way to quickly and conveniently find clean restrooms.

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Orlando Fringe Festival expands: Orlando Fringe Festival expands to new venues, adds shows - Orlando Sentinel

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:38 -- rprice

and we have such a momentum going, it's time to grow the festival," said George Wallace, the Fringe's general manager. This year more than 29,000 tickets were distributed.

The new venues are within walking distance of the Fringe's home base of Loch Haven Park. Theatre Downtown, at the corner of Princeton Street and Orange Avenue, is about a half-mile away; The Venue, a new hall at 511 Virginia Drive, is slightly less than a mile from the park.

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