OMMA Magazine just published an article on the impact of Google Fiber to the Kansas City Metro. Even interviewing one of our very own, Shaul Jolles.
Start your First Friday off right and join us for ShopWalk at JavaPort Event Space this Friday, November 4th from 4:00pm - 6:30pm. Do a little early holiday shopping, have a bite to eat, a glass a wine, and then walk around to check out the great new art for the month.
The Google project is expected to lure new business into Kansas City. That's why mayors in both Kansas City, Kan. and Kansas City, Mo. have set up a bi-state innovations team. The prospect of having the fastest internet speed in the nation is attracting new people to the area.
Kansas City Get Your Business Online events are completely free. Space is limited, so we highly recommend that you pre-register online to reserve your spot. If you don’t have a website or Google Places listing, you’ll find everything you need to get started – web professionals at your side every step of the way. We’ll also provide the computers or a plug-in for your own laptop. If your business is already online, you’ll find tools and resources to help your business succeed online.
Eilene Zimmerman of The New York Times asks readers Q. You work from home and want to try co-working, in which you share office space with others but work independently. How do you get started?
This introductory class will get into the basics of keeping your bike in shape between trips to the bike shop.
August First Friday artist to present first solo show in the Crossroads at OfficePort on August 5, 2011 from 6 - 9PM.
Recently StagePort quietly hosted a casting call for the nation's largest men's magazine Playboy. Hopefuls from the Show Me State and those neighboring showed up one after another for a chance at becoming a centerfold. Hampton Stevens of The Atlantic's online edition had this to say...