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March 19, 2013
by Gadgetress
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Office space and other real projects in San Diego

Things I learned about local commercial real estate while helping out UT San Diego’s business staff with a special real estate section: 1. Big companies rarely pick up and move their headquarters to San Diego — it’s too expensive (cost … Continue reading

December 10, 2012
by Gadgetress
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10 affordable 3D printers launched on Kickstarter — Where are they now?

I’ve mashed two of my favorite topics at the moment: 3D printing and Kickstarter for my latest story in TheStreet.com. The evolution of 3D printing moves from industrial, $1 million-plus machines to today’s consumer friendly, sub $2,000 models, thanks to … Continue reading

October 30, 2012
by Gadgetress
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10 Amazing Things 3-D Printers Can Print

As consumers are just now discovering the joys of a 3D printer to make little tschotskes like jewelry, tiny toys and some other gee-whiz objects, companies are moving way forward to print a myriad of amazing items, including human tissue, drugs, … Continue reading

October 22, 2012
by Gadgetress
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StockTwits.com founder Howard Lindzon, what a down-to-earth guy

Stock talk flusters me. Even though I’ve been categorized as a business reporter for nearly 20 years (!!), I prefer to ignore capricious stock prices and the constant chatter of CNBC. So, when I got the assignment to interview Howard … Continue reading

October 19, 2012
by Gadgetress
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After the Crowds Leave: The post-Kickstarter ecosystem

Crowdfunding has fascinated the tech crowds for the past few years. But it was really 2012 when crowdfunding broke through the early-adopter niche. This year, best-known Kickstarter.com saw its first million-dollar crowdfunded campaign. And then it saw 12 more. Make … Continue reading

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