Tag: Kathryn Born

Josh Tsui, Robomodo, and the Power of Teams

March 19, 2013 | By | Add a Comment
Josh Tsui, Robomodo, and the Power of Teams

Kathryn Born Despite Robomodo’s established position in Chicago’s game design industry, Josh Tsui, one of the company’s founders, remains an impassioned voice in the local indie game scene. We sat down with Tsui to learn about his career and understand the specifics of the vision he sees for Chicago’s game community. Josh Tsui began his [...]

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Roundup – Chicago Startups Presumed Dead

March 19, 2012 | By | Add a Comment
Roundup – Chicago Startups Presumed Dead

Let’s start a conversation about pitfalls and lessons learned.

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Chicago Ideas Week Launches October 10-16

October 10, 2011 | By | Add a Comment
Chicago Ideas Week Launches October 10-16

Chicago Ideas Week (CIW) will bring the world’s top speakers together with Chicago’s best thinkers to create an ecosystem of innovation, exploration, and intellectual recreation.

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Startup Illinois: Questions Abound

July 26, 2011 | By | Add a Comment
Startup Illinois: Questions Abound

The disproportionate fanfare of the launch is contrasted with a site that currently contains less information than the sidebar of Built in Chicago.

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Exercise Equipment as Convergence Device – Interview with Chris Clawson

July 6, 2011 | By | Add a Comment
Exercise Equipment as Convergence Device – Interview with Chris Clawson

My question was when exercise machines were going to combine with virtual reality.

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Built in Chicago: Community for the Chicago Digital Worker

July 5, 2011 | By | Add a Comment
Built in Chicago: Community for the Chicago Digital Worker

Built in Chicago does what most of us, deep down, want social networking to do- build and expand our network beyond people we already know…

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Interview with Troy Henikoff of Excelerate

January 17, 2011 | By | 2 Comments
Interview with Troy Henikoff of Excelerate

In early 2010, Excelerate put out a call for entrepreneurs to take part in a boot camp over the summer. After a round of interviews, Excelerate chose the final 10 companies. In addition to receiving funds and access to several seasoned mentors, the startups were given free office space.

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