Pando

May 2012

  1. Actor David Arquette and EcoMom Tackle Hunger, Attempt to Replace Marketing with Charity

    If you’re wondering what actor David Arquette is up to following his separation from actress Courtney Cox, just ask EcoMom.

    By Kym McNicholas , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Austin's Greenling Brings Food to the Door, Lets You Handle the Rest

    Every once in awhile, you come across a company that is solving a pain point that you never knew existed. Austin-based Greenling is one of those companies. Greenling delivers fresh produce, meat, dairy and just about any other grocery items to your house on a subscription basis, fresh from the farm.

    By Trevor Gilbert , written on

    From the News desk

  3. Job Creator, Money Maker: Silicon Valley and the New Geography of Jobs

    In his new book on growing inequality in America, UC Berkeley economist Enrico Moretti says that Silicon Valley has an outsized influence on employment growth and that it has created more jobs than it has destroyed.

    By Hamish McKenzie , written on

    From the News desk

  4. PandoDaily's Facebook Ebook: Now Completely Updated, Post-IPO

    Just shy of two weeks ago, PandoDaily released its first ebook: Buy This Book Before You Buy Facebook. With contributions from (in order of appearance) Sarah Lacy, Jason Kincaid, Adam Penenberg and Erin Griffith, the book promised to tell you everything you needed to know ahead of Facebook's imminent IPO.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Unfunded Aussie Startup Brainworth Seeks to Turn Higher Education into a Video Game

    The startup world is seriously displeased with the status quo in higher education. Brainworth, a scrappy startup out of Australia, is the latest to throw its hat in the ring, taking a novel approach to solving the problem.

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

  6. Sneaking in From Canada, Gijit Promises to Take the Pain Out of Organizing Meetings

    Of all the mundane tasks that mess up life and sap precious minutes from our days, setting up meetings via email has to rank among the most annoying. A startup out of Toronto called Gijit is trying to fix that.

    By Hamish McKenzie , written on

    From the News desk

  7. The All-Important Valley Talent Flow: Why I Suddenly Just Got a Lot More Interested in Pinterest

    There's an unfortunately lazy truism in journalism that three is a trend. This is the kind of rule that leads to stories of "EVERYONE QUITTING INSTAGRAM BECAUSE IT WAS PURCHASED," when really it's just a couple of whiney loudmouths who wind up rejoining a few days later. Adam Penenberg brilliantly mocked this kind of reporting in his chapter about inconsequential privacy outrages in our Facebook ebook.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

  8. Big Air, Big Sponsors, and Big Tech Product Launches at MaiTai Kiteboarding Event

    I have now figured out why Silicon Valley is obsessed with kiteboarding, and it only took me four years. I was so incredibly scared of the sport when first introduced to it, that I didn’t truly embrace the experience of learning it. Go figure.

    By Kym McNicholas , written on

    From the News desk

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