Video: Mitch Kapor on the value of the NewMe Accelerator and what Kapor Capital looks for in startups

Originally posted on Blackweb 2.0

The NewMe Accelerator just completed it's first full week of working with amazing mentors and speakers from the Silicon Valley. Closing out the week NewMe startups had a chance sit down for one on one sessions with well known Venture Capitalist Mitch Kapor @mkapor of Kapor Capital. Before the sessions begin Mitch talked to the NewMe Accelerator startups first class on how he learned about the accelerator, why the NewMe Accelerator is important to have in the Silicon Valley and what Kapor Capital looks for in startups when considering investing. Take a [...]

JESS3 and Eloqua releases The Content Grid v2 infographic

The JESS3 latest grid illustrates the role content plays in helping brands meet business objectives and buyers reach their individual goals. An added value of v2 is its outline for measuring content marketing success.

The original grid was recognized for giving insights into content marketing. But v2 goes even further: explaining the connection between content type and distribution channels, matching content to the buyer’s stage in the purchase process, equipping marketers with Key Performance Indicators for each type of content, and delivering it all in an easily digestible grid.

Silicon Valley Welcomes First of its Kind Minority Accelerator

The Silicon Valley Welcomes First of its Kind Minority Accelerator was originally posted on BlackWeb20.com

Silicon Valley welcomed the first ever technology accelerator for minority-led start-ups, NewME Accelerator. NewME’s select participants commenced their first class on June 16 and will participate in this program throughout the summer.  The start-up founders are based in a shared house in Mountain View, Calif. and are utilizing co-working space at Citizen Space in San Francisco.

This program gives the founders a unique opportunity to learn from key industry leaders during private [...]

How to turn off Facebook’s Photo Facial Recognition in your privacy settings

If you didn't know Facebook added the ability for other users to tag your photos in a new way. It's being called Facial Recognition aka photo tagging. You can read about it via the Facebook blog here ( Making Photo Tagging Easier ). If you would like to turn it off Nick from All Facebook posted a step by step guide.

Head on over to your privacy settings page (found here), and click on “customize settings.”

Next, scroll down to the “things others share” area and locate the setting “suggest photos of me to friends” (pictured below).

Once you click on the button, a dialog box [...]