According to EducationSuperhighway, most schools lack fast enough connections to teach students digital skills, like basic computer programming. So the San Francisco-based nonprofit is working with K-12 school districts to remove any roadblocks to high-speed broadband Internet.
If you want to start a startup, there’s a school for that. It’s called Startup School, and it was created by YCombinator’s Paul Graham, who is now taking applications for attendees. The best part? It’s free.
How much would you donate to charity to have a private pitch meeting with your favorite venture capitalist?
The Ontario ministry of economic development has invited VentureBeat to check out the center of the universe, AKA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. And I’m the lucky guinea pig.
Editor’s Pick Who wants to go to college if you can start earning money right away?
Guest Post As I’m writing this post, I’m sitting in an apartment that our business development guy is renting in Oakland. I’m practically homeless at the moment but I couldn’t care less.
Guest Post This is heartbreaking: An entrepreneur puts mind, time, and energy into founding and running a new venture, and then recklessly sabotages the startup’s chances to succeed.
At Founders Den’s Spring 2013 demo event, seven founders pitch their startups to a room filled with elite investors.
What do you do when you can’t find a cofounder? Or, when not enough people in your demographic are programmers, much less startup founders?
It looks like Kevin Rose isn’t taking his departure from news aggregator Digg so badly.