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Attendees of Ideo's sanitation hackathon collaborated on tools for highlighting Ghana's open defecation issues.

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Attendees of Ideo's sanitation hackathon collaborated on tools for highlighting Ghana's open defecation issues.

Flush With Ideas: Hackathon Tackles Ghana’s Toilet Troubles

During a hackathon last week at the San Francisco offices of design firm Ideo, there were laptops, whiteboards, pizza and beer. Oh, and photos of feces on the walls. The 40 software developers who attended the Hack Sanitation event were...

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Loren Brichter, a former Apple and Twitter employee, is now working on mobile games. His first release is a word game.

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Loren Brichter, a former Apple and Twitter employee, is now working on mobile games. His first release is a word game.

Ex-Apple Developer’s Much-Anticipated Next Act: A Word Game

Among app fanatics, the anticipation has been high for Loren Brichter’s next project, and for good reason: The 27-year-old developer has a history of creating mobile software that ends up being used by millions of people. At Apple, he worked...

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Jive CEO Tony Zingale attended a listing ceremony for his company at the Nasdaq MarketSite last December.

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Jive CEO Tony Zingale attended a listing ceremony for his company at the Nasdaq MarketSite last December.

Jive Software Hits Refresh, Opens Product to Anyone on Web

Since going public in December, Jive Software’s stock has almost doubled. Among U.S. technology IPOs in the past six months, the maker of social-networking software for businesses is the third-best performer. Still, Jive needs to keep moving to keep investors...

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