Love must be in the sticky, humid, sweltering air this season. After three Facebook mafia nuptials in a succession, New York techies are taking their turn at the altar.
The New York Times covered Rachel Sterne‘s East Hamptons wedding to LiveStream founder and CEO Maxime Haot twice in the past two months, once in a trend story about live-streaming your special day. (Yes, they live-streamed it. No, you couldn’t watch without a password.)
However, Vimeo cofounder Jakob Lodwick, perhaps burned by the public’s response to previous displays of affection, avoided the paper of record’s carefully combed-over Wedding section.
The boy-girl ratio at hackathons, which resemble a sleepover with computers, pizza and Red Bull, is usually pretty one-sided. But the girl developers of the hackerish nonprofit Girl Develop It and women-led entrepreneurship start-up Jump Thru are hosting a Hackathon for Humanity, a weekend at a South Hampton shore house during which the hackers will build products Read More