Interview: Newark Tech Activist Anthony Frasier Discusses New Book “Don’t Dumb Down Your Greatness”

We ask Newark tech activist Anthony Frasier some questions about his new book "Don't Dumb Down Your Greatness." Anthony is Entrepreneur in Residence at Newark Venture Partners where he continues to build his platform. He plans to bring more events and meetups (he is the founder of the Brick City Tech Meetup and Startup Newark) to Newark and help connect the firm to the Newark tech community. He also interviews disrupters on his podcast, which can be found at AnthonyFrasier.com.


Feds in Trenton to Talk Next Steps on NJ's Elusive Path to Offshore Wind

By 2021, the state projected there would be enough wind turbines spinning off the Jersey coast to produce about 1,100 megawatts of clean electricity, enough to power about 1 million homes. It isn't close to happening. The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the federal agency overseeing the Obama administration's efforts to develop offshore wind as…


Propeller Takes Off in Hoboken As Thousands Learn, Play and Propel Their Startups Forward

It was truly an inspiring sight, as thousands converged on Hoboken’s Pier A for talks from top entrepreneurs, leaders and VCs and panel discussions that ran the gamut from Gary Vaynerchuk’s profanity laced tell-it-like-it-is pronouncements to James Altucher’s directive to write down ten ideas a day.


Meet the geniuses: Frank Gehry, others honored at Liberty Science Center (PHOTOS)

JERSEY CITY -- Hundreds gathered under the Hoberman Sphere in Jersey City Friday night for the fifth annual Liberty Science Center Genius gala. The dinner celebrated four honorees for their achievements in science and technology. As the wall of previous geniuses states, "honorees are chosen not only for their singular brilliance but for allowing a spark…


Morris Tech Celebrates with Devils Game, Sports Technology Discussion at the Prudential Center

Some two hundred sports and tech enthusiasts convened at the Prudential Center on April 9 for an evening discussion with Prudential Center officials about tech and social media, followed by a New Jersey Devils game.

Participants came from meetups across the state to this joint event, many bringing their children along. And after the game, the group was able enter the rink and take photos.





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