Archives for May 2013

CCTC Vice-Chair Bert Jackson talks SmarterCape with Joe Santangelo

Welcome to the Programmable World (Wired)

Hack for Change – Positive Hacking for Civic Engagement

Bill Kelly: The world is their office

Between new high tech businesses and the way of the world, Cape Cod is more wired than ever. As the Director of Strategic Partner Programs at CapeNet LLC, and a new CCTC Board Member, Bill Kelly has an insider’s view of tech-life on Cape Cod. And it looks good. He says technology is more prevalent […]

Electronic signs will give real-time conditions on routes 3 and 6 (CC Times)

Nauset Regional High School’s Virtual Classroom (CC Times)

Hundreds gather for SmarterCape Summit 3

May 14, 2013: The Cape Codder Resort, Hyannis, MA—SMARTERCAPE SUMMIT 3 Just under 400 Cape Codders yesterday gathered for SmarterCape Summit 3 at the Cape Codder Resort in Hyannis to share ideas and see first hand the progress Cape Cod is making toward becoming a smarter place to live, work, play and create. Smarter Cape […]

More tech for Cape Tech high school (CC Times)

Thorne Sparkman talks seed money, venture capital and kissing frogs at First Friday

Thorne Sparkman started off wanting to be an entrepreneur, but ended up meeting everyone in the Venture Capital world instead. His path from coming up with the big idea to selling the big idea was the basis for his talk on “Encouraging Local Tech Companies” at May’s First Friday. While in Berkeley, CA, Mr. Sparkman […]

May 1 2013 Infrastructure Committee: Proposed Internet Services Sales Tax Discussion

How would your customers respond to a 4.5% increase to their service invoice? It may happen – as early as this summer. And the extra money does not go to your business. It’s a proposed sales tax, bundled with others in the proposed state budget. Yes, it is a sales tax, not an income tax, […]