DotCom Therapy, a Madison, WI-based startup that has developed software allowing the dozens of therapists it employs to provide remote speech therapy services to schoolchildren, captured first place in one of Wisconsin’s more closely watched pitch competitions on Monday. The contest DotCom Therapy won was the fourth annual “Pressure Chamber,” which is put on by […]
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- DotCom Therapy Gets Shot at Silicon Valley VCs After Pitch Contest
By Jeff Buchanan - Tuesday Aug 22, 2017
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By ANNIE CORREAL - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
The musicians of the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra make their instruments from things that grow in the garden.
- Corrections, Aug. 16
By San Francisco Chronicle - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
Grocery stores face revamp as tech advances,The story about the future of grocery purchases gave an incorrect date for when the farmers’ market in the Ferry Building got its start.The regular market opened in 1993.The story that started on the Front Page about the anniversary of the evictions at the International Hotel misstated the history of the Ellis Act, which exempts single-room-occupancy buildings in San Francisco from forced eviction.
- 20th Street Block Party ready to rock
By Aidin Vaziri - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
The electronic pop band Neon Indian, experimental act Kilo Kish and dreamy lo-fi group Hoops are among the acts slated to perform at this year’s 20th Street Block Party, Noise Pop’s annual free daytime music festival, set for Saturday, Aug. 19.In the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, the outdoor concert takes place on 19th and 20th streets around and between Bryant and Harrison streets, with two stages, local vendors and food trucks lining the sidewalk.[...] as with last year, the festival will benefit the nonprofit Mission Language and Vocational School, which provides occupational training to mostly Latino unemployed and working-class immigrants and their families.
- AR/VR Weekly: Social good dons a headset
By Jason Wilson - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
Augmented and virtual reality are setting out to accomplish a lot of things. They provide entertainment. Social VR helps us connect to others. Both could be a boon for manufacturing, health, and the enterprise. But one group of young people is using VR for something different — therapy. Gamers Gift is a nonprofit that brings VR […]
- Plaque gives Rodney Dangerfield some respect in his native Queens
By Corey Kilgannon - Friday Aug 4, 2017
Eager to confer a measure of respect upon Dangerfield and upon Kew Gardens, Ballenas and some of the students at the school where he teaches helped get a memorial plaque made to honor Dangerfield, who died in 2004 at 82.Dangerfield lived in the neighborhood with his mother and sister in an apartment above what is now Austin’s Ale House, one of the best-known bars in Queens.The plaque, which bore the comic’s youthful image from his 1939 yearbook from Richmond Hill High School, lists three of his top film appearances: “Caddyshack,” “Easy Money” and “Back to School.”[...] listed are his 1981 Grammy-winning comedy record, “No Respect,” and his 1983 hip-hop single, “Rappin’ Rodney,” which, the plaque noted, reached No. 83 on the Billboard charts.“His mother convinced him to open a saving account one summer so he could save up for a football uniform,” she said, sounding like a Dangerfield joke setup.Joan Dangerfield, who lives in Los Angeles, said in an interview that her husband’s routines were certainly inspired by the hardship of his boyhood, which included juggling jobs such as working at a snack bar, delivering eggs, selling magazines, delivering groceries, selling ice cream and setting bowling pins and as a barker at a theater.Joan Dangerfield recalled that her husband used to joke about “’the time I was kidnapped and they sent back a piece of my finger to my father — he said he wanted more proof.’”