1. Introductions and the "forward intro email"

    roybahat:

    Making introductions is one of the most rewarding things we do as backers and builders of startups, and as affiliates of Bloomberg — where we love bringing promising startups to the attention of a company we admire.

    If you ask me for an introduction, I’ll introduce you to literally anyone I…

    Reblogged from: roybahat
  2. Pretty fun time lapse video of parts of Downtown Omaha via ONElapse.

  3. I wanted to share this post from my friend Joshua DuBois in light of Mark Cuban’s comments and our country’s attempt at adequately discussing the issue of race in America.

    Thank You, Mark Cuban, For Speaking Up

    Censuring Cuban is the surest way to breed the Donald Sterlings of tomorrow. The country needs more candor like Cuban’s on the always fraught subject of race. Thank you, Mark Cuban.

  4. reasonsmysoniscrying:

"His brother pushed him. (The fact that his head is tightly wedged in a lampshade is actually of no concern.)"
Submitted By: Andi Location: Kentucky, USA

    reasonsmysoniscrying:

    "His brother pushed him. (The fact that his head is tightly wedged in a lampshade is actually of no concern.)"

    Submitted By: Andi
    Location: Kentucky, USA

    Reblogged from: reasonsmysoniscrying
  5. humansofnewyork:

"What’s your greatest struggle right now?""Wondering if we’ll fit in when we go to high school next year."

    humansofnewyork:

    "What’s your greatest struggle right now?"
    "Wondering if we’ll fit in when we go to high school next year."

    Reblogged from: humansofnewyork
  6. Crazy. 

    I still remember Big Omaha 2009 like it was yesterday…

    Take a walk down memory lane, back to those May days in 2009…

    Looking forward to what this year will hold and I’m grateful for the community that we have, not just in Omaha, but around the country.

    Full steam ahead!

  7. This. #TRUTH

    This. #TRUTH

    Reblogged from: becomingminimalist
  8. humansofnewyork:

"I was scared when my mom died, because she was always giving me good advice. And I wasn’t sure I’d be able to make it without her advice.""What’s the best piece of advice she ever gave you?""Believe in God.""When did you find it the hardest to believe in God?""I guess when I was eighteen or nineteen, cause you know, it’s the age you’re becoming a man, and you feel like you’re in control. Then you find out that you’re not."

    humansofnewyork:

    "I was scared when my mom died, because she was always giving me good advice. And I wasn’t sure I’d be able to make it without her advice."
    "What’s the best piece of advice she ever gave you?"
    "Believe in God."
    "When did you find it the hardest to believe in God?"
    "I guess when I was eighteen or nineteen, cause you know, it’s the age you’re becoming a man, and you feel like you’re in control. Then you find out that you’re not."

    Reblogged from: humansofnewyork
  9. humansofnewyork:

"I wish I hadn’t focused on my career so much when my kids were young. I missed out on some key moments.""What was your thought process at the time?""I told myself that I was spending time away from them in order to improve their circumstances."

    humansofnewyork:

    "I wish I hadn’t focused on my career so much when my kids were young. I missed out on some key moments."
    "What was your thought process at the time?"
    "I told myself that I was spending time away from them in order to improve their circumstances."

    Reblogged from: humansofnewyork
  10. As the community within Omaha continues to develop and change year over year, I’m excited to see what happens at this week’s Startup Event Draft this Thursday evening.

    The goal of the event, led by Dusty Reynolds of the Greater Omaha Chamber along with David Arnold of the Straight Shot Accelator, Shane Reiser of Startup Genome is to get more participants involved and engaged in the entrepreneurial community by starting and leading their own events.

    Any community can’t sustain itself on being run by one or two individuals or organizations for a long period of time.

    Any community is a stronger community and will go much farther if more, and new, people are invited to play a role in the creation of that community.

    So come out to Aromas this Thursday then stay for the Silicon Prairie News Meetup just after at Krug Park to hear the next big, Big Omaha speaker to be unveiled!

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