In mid-December, NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program held its end-of-semester open house, allowing the general public to see the work of these graduate students in a “touch-me museum” environment. On display was everything from light and sound sculptures to mobile apps, big data visualizations and whimsical toys. The place has sort of a mad scientist meets […]
Howard Greenstein, President of the Harbrooke Group, is a veteran of the Alley community, serving as Microsoft’s Technical Evangelist for IE 4.0 in NYC and working at 2 startups. He was a co-founder of WWWAC, the first web community for developers in the US, in 1994. He currently works with startups and non-profits helping them use new technologies to communicate with their customers, writes a regular column at Inc.com and co-teaches “The Wired Nonprofit” class at NYU SCPS.