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A Fringe Sampler - Orlando Magazine - May 2015 - Orlando, FL

Mon, 04/27/2015 - 15:42 -- rprice

More than 1,200 artists will be featured in 700-plus performances of 125 ticketed shows. Here are five that caught our eye: Grim and Fischer Wonderheads, Portand, OR The Wait List Murders Steve Schneider Six Guitars Chase Padgett The Republic BYOV Janis Joplin: Little Girl Blue Dave Mann / Kaleigh Baker to sing Janis Joplin songs

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Faces of Tech - Orlando Magazine - February 2015 - Orlando, FL

Mon, 02/16/2015 - 11:26 -- rprice

they are getting help, and it comes from within the community, including the new downtown Canvs shared workspace, designed to attract and nurture early startups like Salpeter’s. With the planned Creative Village project and a larger UCF satellite campus on the drawing board, government, educational institutions and leading businesses are taking a supporting role, with the stated goal of turning Orlando into one of the Southeast’s premier startup hubs. That suits Mark Salpeter just fine. “I really like Orlando,’’ he says.

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Waiting Room And OR Tech Aimed At Reducing Patient Frustrations, Surgical Error | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Thu, 03/06/2014 - 11:09 -- rprice

And why has Ben ended up in Orlando, a land better known for its affiliation with Mickey Mouse than Steve Jobs? Ben landed there in 2005 on a job assignment, and likes the climate. And with retirement communities ringing the city, there’s no shortage of demand for healthcare--and healthcare innovation. Apple and Google recently acquired startups from the region, and perhaps someday central Florida will become known as a hub of innovation that Ben would like it to be, with The Garage one of its important spokes.

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Waiting Room And OR Tech Aimed At Reducing Patient Frustrations, Surgical Error | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Thu, 03/06/2014 - 11:09 -- rprice

And why has Ben ended up in Orlando, a land better known for its affiliation with Mickey Mouse than Steve Jobs? Ben landed there in 2005 on a job assignment, and likes the climate. And with retirement communities ringing the city, there’s no shortage of demand for healthcare--and healthcare innovation. Apple and Google recently acquired startups from the region, and perhaps someday central Florida will become known as a hub of innovation that Ben would like it to be, with The Garage one of its important spokes.

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State of the Arts - Orlando Magazine - March 2013 - Orlando, FL

Tue, 02/26/2013 - 09:38 -- rprice

Budgets for cultural organizations are down, but a dazzling performing arts center is rising across from City Hall. Over the years, we have watched a symphony orchestra pull off a remarkable resurrection and an opera company go belly up. Arts groups wounded by the economic downturn and corporate funding cutbacks have been forced to go leaner in order to keep presenting their concerts, performances and exhibits.

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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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How Big Business Are Using Coworking Spaces - Business - GOOD

Wed, 02/08/2012 - 13:12 -- rprice

inside a three-story-high, gymnasium-sized room shared with dozens of freelancers and entrepreneurs, giving the space a pulse that would be hard to replicate in a standalone office for ten people. It was once the trading floor of the Minneapolis Grain Exchange; today, people call it the "brain exchange." Officially, it's the CoCo Coworking and Collaborative Space, which has fast become a social and networking hub for Twin Cities entrepreneurs and freelancers

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