Jun 3, 2010

Internet Week to Be Bigger and Better This Year

Internet Week to Be Bigger and Better This Year

For $10 participants will be able to peruse the exhibits at the Chelsea Metropolitan Pavilion.

Jun 4, 2010

David Michel-Davies On Internet Week New York

David Michel-Davies On Internet Week New York

Chairman of Internet Week New York, David-Michel Davies speaks about the NBC4 New York co-sponsored festival.

Jun 8, 2010

The Boys Behind How Stuff Works Do Internet Week

The Boys Behind How Stuff Works Do Internet Week

While hanging out at The Onion's Internet Week kickoff party last night, Niteside bumped into Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant, the duo behind the Stuff You Should Know podcasts, who told us how nightlife works.

May 14, 2012

Q+A: Andrew Rasiej, Personal Democracy Media

Q+A: Andrew Rasiej, Personal Democracy Media

Andrew Rasiej, founder of the Personal Democracy Media, answers our 7 Important Internet Week questions.

May 14, 2012

Q+A: Sady Doyle, Tiger Beatdown

Q+A: Sady Doyle, Tiger Beatdown

Writer Sady Doyle answered our 7 Important Internet Week questions and will be speaking at The Rise of the Anti-Lady Mag panel on Monday, May 14.

Jun 17, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

1000 Awesome Things Blog Author Neil Pasricha Mulls TV Gig

1000 Awesome Things Blog Author Neil Pasricha Mulls TV Gig

Blogger Neil Pasricha, the mind behind the positive-thinking site 1,000 Awesome Things, said his blog has already inspired book and now he's in the process of creating a TV show.

Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

PS-22 Chorus Named Webby Artist of the Year

PS-22 Chorus Named Webby Artist of the Year

The school chorus from PS-22 in Staten Island -- a group that boasts millions of YouTube page views -- was honored as Artist of the Year last night at the annual Webby Awards.

Jun 16, 2010
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By Charles Thorp

NiteTalk: Pete Wentz Says He Wants to Be a Twitter "Billionaire"

NiteTalk: Pete Wentz Says He Wants to Be a Twitter "Billionaire"

Niteside grabbed a quick moment with the young entrepreneur during his time in New York for Internet Week to talk about his favorite website, his son on Twitter and his Buck Hunter skills.

Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

"The Office" Star B.J. Novak: Working With Steve Carell Is the "Greatest Privilege"

"The Office" Star B.J. Novak: Working With Steve Carell Is the "Greatest Privilege"

"The Office" star B.J. Novak, who hosted the annual Webby Awards in Lower Manhattan last night, said working with sitcom co-star Steve Carell is the highest honor in the business.

Jun 15, 2010
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By Brooke Niemeyer

Inside the Exclusive Webby Awards Gala After Party With Ne-Yo

Guests made their way to the exclusive Webby Award show after party at the Hiro... See Full Gallery

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