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  1. JDI Backgrounder
  2. On Messaging & Positioning
  3. On Naming And Branding
  4. Form D
  5. The Top Ten Public Relations Characters of All Time
  6. The Cobbler's Children Have No Shoes
  7. We Are JDI
  1. Dag Kittlaus on the imminent explosion in AI

  2. Groundfloor Raises $1M, Moves to Georgia to Crowdfund Real Estate

  3. The next step for intelligent virtual assistants...

  4. Soldsie: The world's first social selling platform

  5. EdgeCase brings a smarter approach to navigating online retailers

  6. OpenStack Unveils Inaugural Superuser Awards

  7. BaseHealth pioneers a new kind of medical record, providing patients with a 360-degree view of their health.

  8. NextIT CEO's 8 business rules learned roping cattle

  9. Andrew Smith Lewis talks with NPR about the quality of online education

  10. Josh talks with The Creative Executive on taking the long view, the importance of transparency, and getting help

  11. Bottlenose Updates Its Trend-Finding Tools With Automation, Emotion Detection, And An API

  12. The difference between traffic and audience

  13. Brooklyn: Taco Capital of the United States

  14. StepOne raises $4 million to keep a new generation of consumers happy

  15. Soldsie lets you shop via Facebook and Instagram comments and raises $4 million

  16. Tracking Is Dead: The Next Wave of Wearables Is Context

  17. Ted in TheNextWeb on how transparency is transforming the mobile device market

  18. Josh on counter-cyber-culture and the new age of internet

  19. The Importance Of Noun Phrases

  20. A handful of Austin's coolest companies

  21. A brief history of the Austin tech scene by our very own Doug

  22. Notification overload: Why I’m turning off my phone alerts …By Andy Hickl

  23. Josh in The Verge on SXSW's conflicted relationship with marketing

  24. Top 10 people most likely to redefine venture capital in Austin by 2020

  25. 3 Promising New Approaches To Content Marketing

  26. Healthcare Right Now

  27. Upworthy places value on user engagement, not clicks

  28. Practically Green raises $3M to help companies be more sustainable

  29. The Daily Dot Acquires The Kernel

  30. Lifelogging: A Step Up For Connected Devices?

  31. Qortex helps teams focus on the task at hand

  32. Can humans fall in love with bots? Nova Spivack and Fred Brown weigh in for The New Yorker

  33. Cerego and Elsevier team up to prepare future doctors and nurses for real world performance

  34. Our own Brittany Smith interviews Freight Farms for WIRED

  35. Aviate provides personalized information at the moment it's useful

  36. OpenStack Havana Has Amazon-Like Aura

  37. Nova Spivack on consolidating the "quantified self" market

  38. NextIT's Alme For Healthcare Helps Doctors Be Super Efficient with Patient Time

  39. An All-Star List of Capital Factory's Alumni

  40. My Asics app is a "stat's nerds dream"

  41. NGINX is taking over the internet

  42. Cerego's new tool will actually help you retain what you're learning

  43. New Zealand nixes software patents, won't tolerate patent trolls

  44. Nginx, the popular open-source Web server, goes commercial

  45. Using a Smartphone’s Eyes and Ears to Log Your Every Move

  46. Bottlenose Raises $3.6 Million

  47. Genomic Vending Machines Coming To University Campuses

  48. Ferris crowdsources mobile video to create an evolving story of the world around you

  49. It’s not a fitness tracker, it’s a moral compass

  50. Ex-Yahoo CEO backs genomics big data startup Bina

  51. This is the best-performing Daily Dot article of all-time

  52. Read Doug's Chronicle cover story on Guy Clark

  53. The App of God

  54. Spivack: The Post-Privacy World

  55. Outbox raises $5 million series A

  56. Saga uses your smartphone's eyes and ears to log your life

  57. Aviate, intelligent Android homescreen, raises stellar round

  58. Engineering Genomics: How do we get more engineers involved?

  59. Charge your phone battery while you bike with Siva Cycle

  60. Why LinkedIn is successful at content creation, while other social networks fail...

  61. Han:dle captures the whole life cycle of an email

  62. Cerego gives personalized education tool myths the business

  63. The 7 Mustards of JDI

  64. Splitsecnd keeps you and your family safe on the road, no matter how old your wheels are

  65. "No one is crazy enough to do what we're doing" - Outbox crushes their San Francisco launch...

  66. Check out Aaron Ross Sorkin's Hubub on fiscal sequestration.

  67. RT @myasics -- Just passed 3,000,000 logged runs! #w00t

  68. OpenStack's Jonathan Price gets us closer to the data heavens...

  69. "Perfection is simply too expensive" - Spanning's Mike Pav on cloud uptime

  70. A look inside SRI's venture process with Norman Winarsky

  71. Bina Technologies lays out the future of personalized medicine in VentureBeat

  72. Slope and Muse featured in BusinessWeek as "Fantasy Gadgets", except they're real...

  73. Singly Launches Its Developer Platform, Universe Rejoices

  74. We're obsessed with Slope, a kick-ass tablet stand. Take a look.

  75. Hive's security camera alerts your friends and family of unwanted activity around your house...and it's adorable

  76. Four More Years! Some of our clients weigh in on what will be most important to them during Obama's next term

  77. InteraXon's "Muse" is a heart monitor for your brain

  78. The Economist compares Trapit's origin story to a Jason Bourne plot

  79. It's ballad day here at JDI

  80. OpenStack: We can tell Amazon what to do, instead of the other way around

  81. Hexaflexagons and the mysteries of flexigation. Happy October!

  82. The Daily Dot has hit 1MM uniques/month. What.

  83. Trapit's new iPad app flat-out rocks.

  84. Say hello to Siri's chatty little sister.

  85. Five business lessons from the US Navy.

  86. Congrats to Kevin LaHaise, our new VP!

  87. For the fans of smooth jams and covers, I submit a cover of Ignition (Remix) by R Kelly. Enjoy!

  88. The End of Music Blogging and the New Editorial Voice of Streaming, by our own Doug Freeman

  89. What happens when JDI wins big?

  90. I contributed a few of the entries on this site. They've combined two of my favorite things!

  91. Best worst headline of the week "'Big Data' Captures Massive Amount of Information"

  92. Song of the Week

  93. Take a video tour of the JDI office.

  94. Totem Launches Disruptive, Next-Gen, Feature-Rich, Self-Serve Press Page Builder Into Open Beta (Which Means You Can Use It Right Now Without An Invite From Some Hipster)

  95. Crunchies: Siri Wins Best Technology Achievement

  96. We LOVE our lawyers!

  97. JDI Quick Poll: We have an average of 13 tabs open at 12:10 PM. Jan 17.

  98. Josh quoted in Adweek's article on Infographics

  99. JDI's wellness plan featured in Amex OpenForum

  100. Josh's 2012 Online Data Predictions

  101. Top 11 Webcomics of 2011, by Liz

  102. Geico Turns One Man’s PR Trash Into Their Own PR Gold.

  103. Be More #Awesome.

  104. Everyone loves Michael Bolton.

  105. There's only 3 of us in the office today.

  106. Thanks to you, we raised $5K for the ATX Ronald McDonald House.

  107. First look at 2012 tech trends: Edtech edition.

  108. My favorite Tumblr this week.

  109. Venture For America Wants To Create 100,000 New Jobs.

  110. Follow the whole JDI team on Twitter here.

  111. "The characteristic art form of our age may be the business plan"

  112. It's Nate's Birthday!

  113. Truth in advertising? An oldie but a goodie.

  114. It's cakeball o'clock around here...

  115. Price destruction is fun.

  116. Is this our generation?

  117. So, this happened back in March. Pre-pistachios, yo.

  118. Kreayshawn is sittin' on the Daily Dot.

  119. WE'LL DO IT LIVE! (The best video to watch while launching anything. Including this site.)

  120. Venkat's new Forbes blog is unusually good.

  121. Stay tuned for scenes from next season...

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