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  • While others debate the wisdom of this move, Word Play's interest is in the origin of "office."

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  • More established venture capitalists including Sequoia, Menlo Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners, typically drop by every other month for deal reviews, Plug And Play's Mr. Amidi said.

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  • But a friend of mine tipped me off to Strange Play's Kickstarter campaign, and I was impressed enough to write this article.

    Zac Hill: Bridging the Gap: Gretchen Skogerson's Strange Play

  • Organizer Scott Burnham referred to Urban Play's creative methodologies as "open-source," borrowing a technology term that refers to the tension between hackers and developers and which leads to the creation of new and dynamic systems.

    Dylan Kendall: Street Art: A Window to a City's Soul

  • The Guggenheim Museum and YouTube in collaboration with HP and Intel presented the 25 "YouTube Play's" chosen for the exhibition by transforming the museum into a glittering blue nightclub with performances by OK Go and comedian Michael Showalter of 'The State.'

    Day in Photos: October 21, 2010

  • Organizer Scott Burnham referred to Urban Play's creative methodologies as "open-source," borrowing a technology term that refers to the tension between hackers and developers and which leads to the creation of new and dynamic systems.

    Dylan Kendall: Street Art: A Window to a City's Soul

  • Organizer Scott Burnham referred to Urban Play's creative methodologies as "open-source," borrowing a technology term that refers to the tension between hackers and developers and which leads to the creation of new and dynamic systems.

    Dylan Kendall: Street Art: A Window to a City's Soul

  • One of Plug & Play's member companies, Trulioo, which develops online identity-verification technology, said it moved its headquarters to Silicon Valley from Vancouver, British Columbia, to get access to venture capital, top talent and other resources.

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  • Organizer Scott Burnham referred to Urban Play's creative methodologies as "open-source," borrowing a technology term that refers to the tension between hackers and developers and which leads to the creation of new and dynamic systems.

    Dylan Kendall: Street Art: A Window to a City's Soul

  • The Guggenheim Museum and YouTube in collaboration with HP and Intel presented the 25 "YouTube Play's" chosen for the exhibition by transforming the museum into a glittering blue nightclub with performances by OK Go and comedian Michael Showalter of 'The State.'

    Day in Photos: October 21, 2010

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