Still Too Soon To Tell
The not-Romney candidates have proven time and again they have staying power. Even after a decisive victory by Romney in Illinois (which was expected), Rick Santorum had just as strong a showing in southern states. Newt Gingrich, struggling to pay his bills this week, has promised to stay in the race, even if it means running his entire campaign by himself. Given the amount of time and money that...
Votifi #SXSW media roundup
We’re back home from SXSW. It was a a great experience for Votifi in so many ways. We highly recommend startups, founders, creatives and entrepreneurs to make an effort to attend SXSW in the future. We’ve been fortunate to land some good media over the last 10 days and here is a summary of what we got: March 26, 2012 Election 2012: Politics in a Wireless World, Aasil Ahmad’s...
Coins v. Bills
A debate over what’s better a paper dollar bill or a coin might strike you as trivial, and maybe your right, but the pro’s and cons of our linen/cotton paper dollars vs. manganese, brass, and copper coins may change your mind about today’s Votifi poll question. The U.S. predominately uses paper money in the one-dollar monetary category, but there are still billions of dollars worth of coins...
JOBS Act Survey [Infographic]
Here is the info graphic from the JOBS Act survey we ran during SXSW.
The Votifi polling machine has been busy crunching numbers from our SXVOTIF poll (have your voice heard at votifi.com/sxsw). Here are the results after a week of polling on some of the questions. We’ll update with more results throughout the Festival
The Hard Sell on Why You Should Be a VOTIFI Intern
Thanks Jeremy for representing us at the George Washington University startup career fair. And thanks InTheCapital for this piece of cinematographic excellence.
The Brits and Their Not So Bloody Burgers
I was in England recently, so I had my share of inevitably overcooked pub fair. Luckily, I had plenty of good beer to wash it down with. Without fail, every burger I ordered came well done and dry. It wasn’t a big deal because I wasn’t in England for the food, but as I sat talking politics with some new English friends, I started wondering why the U.S. likes its meat bloody and the U.K. black? ...
TechCocktail Startup Life Celebration at SXSW
We’re psyched to be in the TechCocktail StartupLIfe celebration.