Cleanly, FlyCleaners, and Hamperville are New York City based tech startup apps which will literally do your laundry.
SPUN is a new geo-targeted news app that curates content from hundreds of local sources, including Untapped Cities, New York Times, Gothamist and more.
Unsolicited, Writer's Bloq's first reading at The Strand offered writers the chance come out from behind their laptops and meet the people whose work they've been reading on the site.
An online platform for promising young writers to meet, Writer's Bloq aims to bridge the gap between writers from different backgrounds. Arts editor Laura Itzkowitz interviews founder and CEO Nayia Moysidis about the site and their upcoming event.
From Likes, +1s, Tweets, Mayorships and Tips to the flow of the city, how can today's social media data help us better understand and potentially design a city better?
As an everyday subway rider, I often miss the writings on the wall. But now, I have the option of exploring all Metropolitan Transit Authority’s (MTA) public art via the Arts for Transit application.
Tired of doing work inside? Want to Skype with a friend and show them the City? Check out these Manhattan hot-spots without paying a cent for your internet.
Is the internet helping or hindering musicians? Artists and industry experts give their take at the SF MusicTech Summit.
A recap from Social Media Week London, looking at the impact of social media on journalism and governance.
On the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint is The Yard, a co-working environment which serves as a home-base for a variety of New York start-ups