And just as Neff found that her Silicon Alley
workers represented the leading edge of work practice, the Web 2.0 workers I studied represented the leading edge of social media practice.
Digital hustlers: Living large and falling hard in Silicon Alley
. New York: HarperCollins.
refers to part of downtown Manhattan that has become a breeding ground for dot-com startups.
New York has Silicon Alley
, California has Silicon Valley and Paris has Silicon - Sentier?
Plans for the old airport so far include the creation of a 'Silicon Alley
' filled with high-tech companies where corporate executives can fly in as needed or the creation of a green zone combined with hotels, restaurants and office buildings to help improve Berlin's air quality.
Small World is a privately held new media company, located in New York City's Silicon Alley
The editor of the Silicon Alley
Daily, an e-mail newsletter I read, was proposing yet another C word, Consequence.
is the first Silicon Alley
company CMGI has taken majority ownership in and supposedly marks the beginning of a sweep CMGI will make of Alley companies.
Such regions as Seattle's "Silicon Forest," Austin, Texas's Silicon Hills," Washington, D.C.'s "Silicon Dominion," and New York's "Silicon Alley
" tout varied reasons for the advantages each region offers, including lower costs of living, less traffic, better tax incentives, and supportive local governments, said a Silicon Valley regional economic group, Joint Venture.
Another department is Silicon Alley
, a weekly comic strip "depicting life among Web developers in NYC's Silicon Alley
As New York's tech sector boils over, California's Silicon Valley is taking a back seat to New York's Silicon Alley
and the boroughs continue to emerge as the new landing spot for programmers, developers and the companies that they support.