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"Google Fiber-Inspired SightDeck Brings Hollywood Effects To VC Pitches And Telepresence Meetings" - Fast Company reported that a video conferencing technology developed in Los Angeles is set to launch next week in Kansas City, Mo.
"It was a big step for us, going from the comfy corporate job to work at our own startup." - Instin co-founder Rodrigo Neri reflected on 2012, which included quitting his day job and pursuing his startup full time. - Rodrigo Neri's blog
- Left Hand Labs released Shapely, a design and photo editing app - shapelyapp.com, App Store and SPN
- Torsion Mobile announced the release of Mojaba Analytics - Press Release and Des Moines Register
- Trellie, a call notification gadget for women, launched on Kickstarter - Press Release, SPN and Kansas City Star
Product and business updates
- Google launched Zavers by Google, a digital coupon product created by former Kansas City, Kan. startup Zave Networks - Google Commerce blog, TechCrunch, The Next Web, ZDNet and SPN
- Hudl rolled out redesigned mobile athlete and team pages - Hudl blog
- LockPath, a provider of innovative governance, risk and compliance applications, announced the full integration of its Keylight platform with McAfee Vulnerability Manager - Press Release
- My Diabetes Home redesigned its website - mydiabeteshome.com
- Clickstop completed its warehouse expansion - Press Release
- "Appcore on hot streak, nearly triples employees in 2nd half 2012" - Des Moines Register
- Bawte - "SBC: An Innovative Idea" - CEA
- RecBob - "Stars aligning for Cedar Rapids sports web app RecBob in 2013" - The Gazette
- Funeral Innovations - "Baby Boomers' Last Wishes: Motorcycle Hearses And Facebook Obits" - All Things Considered
- Hudl - "Hudl Founders Collaborate to Help Teams Win" - University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- clusterFlunk - "clusterFlunk launches Jan. 22" - The Gazette
Gig Bits is an occasional feature keeping our readers up to speed on Google Fiber. Read Gig Bits.
- "Google Fiber-Inspired SightDeck Brings Hollywood Effects To VC Pitches And Telepresence Meetings" - Fast Company
- "Why Is Google Fiber the Country's Only Super-Speed Internet?" - Wired
- "The Star's editorial | Reardon's leadership created a better KCK" - Kansas City Star
- "Innovation leaders receive awards from Iowa group" - Des Moines Register
- "An entrepreneurs true startup: Family" - James Eliason
- "Kansas City Bound" - Alyx Falkner
- "2012 Year in Review & 2013 goals" - Rodrigo Neri
- "Instin 2012 Year in Review" - Instin
- "Importance of the STEM Jobs Act" - Tej Dhawan
- "A Look Back: 8 Awesome Moments For KCITP in 2012" - Kansas City IT Professionals
- "13 Little Things You're Doing to Sabotage Your Success" - Brent Beshore
- "The Quiet Curse of the Midwestern Work Ethic" - John Kreicbergs
- "Slow start to 2013 CES" - John Jackovin
- "CES shows oversaturation of consumer electronic markets" - John Jackovin
- "Consumer Electronics Show: The Wrap-up" - John Jackovin
- "Top of Mind with Thom Ruhe" - Thom Ruhe
- "Teaming up with Major League Gaming" - Dwolla
- "Kyle's Bo Jackson" - Hudl
- "Front Flip Insider of the Week: Sloane Heller" - Front Flip
- reddit's Erik Martin discussed the "Silicon Prairie" film at CES - "Erik Martin of Reddit at 2013 CES"
- Kansas City IT Professionals released Zach Kaplan's Compute Midwest talk - "We're Trying To Ignite A Digital Manufacturing Revolution"
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