Archive for Andrew Belonsky

  • Andrew Belonsky

    Andrew Belonsky is a freelance journalist who also writes for Death and Taxes Magazine, Change.org, Huffington Post and generally around the internet. On twitter, he’s @andrewbelonsky.

  • Tackable Pins Down The Future Of Social News

    Tackable Pins Down The Future Of Social News

    Tackable hopes to cut through that rubbish to create a social network that delivers news you can use.

  • AppNexus Makes Advertising More Personal, Profitable

    AppNexus Makes Advertising More Personal, Profitable

    Real-time ad platforms will turn advertising into an increasingly intimate business. AppNexus CEO Brian O’Kelley explains why this future shouldn’t be feared.

  • With Community Building, Etsy Makes Shopping Personal Again

    With Community Building, Etsy Makes Shopping Personal Again

    Etsy, the online marketplace for hand-crafted goods, is just 5 years old and selling hundreds of millions of dollars worth of products. Despite shakeups, they chug along.

  • Mapping Carbon Emissions, SourceMap Paves Eco-Conscious Markets

    Mapping Carbon Emissions, SourceMap Paves Eco-Conscious Markets

    Companies are rapidly hopping on the ‘green’ bandwagon, hoping to entice increasingly eco-conscious customers with biodegradable packaging and small carbon footprints. But how can executives and consumers be completely sure which corporations are the most earth-friendly? Enter SourceMap.

  • Manufacturing the Future

    Manufacturing the Future

    New York start-up MakerBot embraces Open Source to bring affordable manufacturing techniques those with the next great idea, or a desire to recreate Mt. Rushmore in hot pink.

  • Got Video? Now You Have Text

    Got Video? Now You Have Text

    New York startup SpeakerText tackles the age-old problem of how to turn fantastic video into rich, SEO-optimized text.