The Incline - a Pittsburgh website - has partnered with Uber to announce a group of people who they believe are "helping to cement the city’s legacy as a tech town." And I was proud to be selected as one of the honorees.
Recently we spoke at CableLabs Innovation Showcase in Orlando. We were selected as one of nine companies to speak to executives from 52 cable companies around the US and there was a competition to determine the "Best New Product" for the cable industry. We were selected as the winner, and you can see a video of our talk here.
I recently had the honor of presenting Xogo to the judges of the LA Startup Prize, and we were selected as the winners. Here's a short video about the event.
Recently, we were asked by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to speak about our technology that allows people with disabilities to connect to tech devices. Here is a video of that presentation, which I think did a good job of showing what we're up to at Bansen Labs.
So this is the first article on my blog. I figure I should start out by celebrating someone who had probably the biggest hand in making me the person that I am today. At least the good parts of who I am - I'll just chalk the other parts up to the television shows and movies that warped my brain. The good parts come from my grandfather, and he's an amazing guy.
Now that I decided who to write about, it's time to pick my topic. I'm going with old people and technology. Why's that you ask? Because if it wasn't for my grandfather and his love of technology, this blog wouldn't be possible.
Here's the story...