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Last Week in Betabeat: Sexism in Tech, Poachables Redux and Say Goodbye to Google Wage

catwalkr purple Last Week in Betabeat: Sexism in Tech, Poachables Redux and Say Goodbye to Google WageTo busy to check your daily Betabeat? Here are the highlights from last week, as selected by the editors.

REQUIRED READING: 3D-Printer Shapeways Opens a U.S. Distribution Center in Queens: Next Step, ‘Factory of the Future’
The company announced its first U.S. distribution center, a 5,000 sq. ft. facility in Long Island City in Queens with a nearby factory in the range of 15,000 sq. ft. to follow.

REQUIRED READING: Stuyvesant High School Taps ‘Stuy Mafia’ at Google, Foursquare to Enhance Computer Science Program
In the absence of official support, the computer science program is leaning on its extensive alumni network.

REQUIRED READING: Help Us Find the Most Poachable Players in Tech
It’s that time again!

VITAMINS:

-OMGPOP CEO Dan Porter Is Now VP of General Management of Zynga New York
-FoodToEat Takes on Seamless and GrubHub With Low Fees and Food Trucks
-.NYC Domain Names May Finally Become a Reality
-Q&A with Pivotal Labs on the EMC Acquisition: ‘We’re Committed to Working with Startups’
-Who Else Is Riding the Wave of Tech’s Economic Success? PR Firms!

MILK AND COOKIES:

-Google Accidentally Misspells Name of Its Own Product
-Geeklist and the Sexy Lady Video: Another Startup Falls Prey to Sexism Charges [VIDEO]
-Sexist Jokes: A Great Way to Lose Your Hackathon Sponsorships
-The Hidden Gems Inside Tumblr’s Terms of Service Agreement
-Why Maturing Sites Should Go All Gladwell in Their Marketing
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