Attending a live concert is an amazing experience. Seattle-based Lively (www.getlive.ly) is making it one you’ll never forget. Launched this week, Lively is where bands and fans come together to make the concert experience unforgettable. Through Lively’s technology, live music performances are automatically captured at venues of all sizes and are made immediately available to concert-goers [...]
The Northwest is famous for microclimate conditions. Storm fronts materialize out of nowhere, like the wind gusts that buffeted the region on Sunday afternoon, taking out power in at least five counties. From Bellevue to Bainbridge Island, this reporter’s public utility, Puget Sound Energy, attributed the outages to many things via recorded message “updates,” from “a [...]
The United States Senate approved legislation Monday that would give states the right to require most Internet retailers to charge sales taxes, a vote that has the blessing from Amazon.com. The Seattle company’s endorsement — coming from a chief beneficiary of the tax advantage the bill is designed to eliminate — is widely viewed as an acknowledgment [...]
Seattle “Sonic Bust” Perpetuates NBA Racketeering and Collusion. Citizenry Should Show Some Class (-Action)!
Before NBA commissioner David Stern steps down from his pulpit and slinks away into retirement next February 14, the citizens of Seattle should mount a class action lawsuit for racketeering against his NBA office in collusion with Howard Schultz and Clay Bennett, in particular because the city of Seattle, the team’s dedicated financiers Steve Ballmer, [...]
Seattle “Sonic Bust” Perpetuates Racketeering and Collusion. Citizenry Should Show Some Class (-Action) and Sue!
Before NBA commissioner David Stern steps down from his pulpit and slinks away into retirement next February 14, the citizens of Seattle should mount a class action lawsuit for racketeering against his NBA office in collusion with Howard Schultz and Clay Bennett, in particular because the city of Seattle, the team’s willing financiers Steve Ballmer, [...]
The “World’s First Living Building” and the “Greenest Building in the World” are just two ways to inscribe the birth announcement of Seattle’s Bullitt Center. The six-story, 50,000 square-foot building located at the intersection of Capitol Hill and the Central District in Seattle, seeks to meet the ambitious goals of the Living Building Challenge, the world’s most [...]
The New York Times began tallying the votes for tech dominion this past week to judge the two finalists in the contest for America’s New Geek Idol. Many cities have made their mark on the totem according to Most Wired, Most Connected, or Most Tech Literate, but following the birthplace of the microprocessor in the Silicon [...]
After acquiring social book networking and rating service Shelfari in 2008 and then announcing last week its takeover of GoodReads, the world’s largest site for “readers and book recommendations,” Amazon seems poised to corner the online market on book reviews and commentary. We’re not conspiracy theorists, but sometimes you can judge a book by its cover. Online [...]
THC Web Design, a cannabis industry web design start-up based in Washington State, has announced the auction of one of their domain names. BestMarijuanaSeattle.com (along with BestMarijuanaSeattle.net) which is up for bid at a for blind auction March 30th through April 12th, with the winning bidder to be notified on April 13th. The blind auction format allows for [...]
Your next trip to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport just got upgraded with the sweet, warm voice of legendary Seattle musician Quincy Jones. In Quincy’s unique soulful style, he will be welcoming travelers to the airport, telling them about the local music playing overhead, giving security advice and even talking about the Airport’s progressive environmental stewardship programs. Jones [...]