NYC Digital: WalkAboutNYC To Feature 30 Made in New York Tech Companies -
Thanks for the shout out, nycdigital!
On Friday May 17th, 30 Made in New York tech companies will open their doors to the public as part of WalkaboutNYC. This self-guided tour is free and open to the public, however spots are limited and require a RSVP.
These innovative Made in New York companies invite you to tour their workspaces and see how they work:
- Fog Creek Software
- Gilt Groupe
- Indaba Music
- MLB Advanced Media
- Madison Logic
- Stack Exchange
For a full list of participating companies, visit walkaboutnyc.com
Samara snapped this shot of #harvestbakeoff, round 3. So many cakes!
Harvest customer Mohammed got one of our limited edition QA t-shirts (sorry, they’re all gone now!), and he wrote us: “I have many T-shirts from different organisations, but the one I got from you is the only one that I actually wear and love :)”
So cool! Our friends over at Lunch Studio drew this awesome map on their wall, of all of the new lunching options in our new neighborhood. The 10 minute walking radius is marked in black and a 15 minute walking band in blue.
The US President Dwight D. Eisenhower supposedly once said “The most urgent decisions are rarely the most important ones.” Eisenhower was considered a master of time management, i.e. he had the ability to do everything as and when it needed to be done. With the Eisenhower method, you will learn to distinguish between what is important and what is urgent.
Thanks for the love, we’re pretty excited about our Guide to Pricing too!
Completely beautiful breakdown of the different ways of pricing your work, by Harvest.
We surveyed leading agencies to shed light on the art of pricing projects. See what was uncovered.
The beautiful snowy view from our Harvest outpost in Lemgo, Germany.
How we get to work -
With the Harvest team spread out across multiple locations, we thought it would be fun to show you how we get to work. Enjoy!
We decided to have a Harvest bake-off, and this week’s theme was cookies. Thanks to our 6 contestants, and click through to the nice site Matthew put together to see who won!
The science behind coffee and why it’s actually good for your health: at the end of the day, it does seem quite clear that coffee is NOT the villain it was made out to be. If anything, coffee may literally be the healthiest beverage on the planet. — via lifehacker