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Courtney Myers

As seen in:  BuzzFeed, The Next Web

Founder @audienceio. Curator @Summit. Started @hustleandkale + @3460Miles. Adviser @SECONDHOMELDN. Techno Journo @TheNextWeb, @WiredUK + @TheDailyBeast, etc.

HowAboutWe's Aaron Schildkrout — Courtney Boyd Myers is the founder of "What's On Your Home Screen" is presented by Fueled, a New York and London-based mobile app development company that produces award-winning apps for big brands like Barneys to hot startups like QuizUp. Online dating isn't easy.

How Cryptocurrencies are Transforming the Oldest Profession — The world is moving toward a paper-free financial system, but in the borderline-legal organizations of the world's underbelly economy, cash still reigns as king. Any good business owner is keen to please his or her customers, particularly when it comes to prostitution.

11 of the Hottest Startups from Tech Open Air Berlin 2014 — Ah, Berlin. The city that wears its history on its sleeve, yet allows ample space for new culture to thrive. Its creative scenes, tech companies and weekend-long dance parties have made headlines in recent articles in Vice, Fast Company and The New Yorker. All eyes seem to be on Berlin.

How To Throw An Awesome Startup Party — At some point in time, your marketing or PR team will decide it's time to host an event. A startup party is a great way to get your brand name out there, meet new customers, and celebrate your survival in the fast lane. So, what do they teach you in Event Marketing 101?

Brilliant PR on a Startup Budget — INTRODUCTION BRILLIANT PR ON A STARTUP BUDGET Courtney Boyd Myers Founder, & 3460 Miles

The Long Road Home: Staying Healthy while Traveling — So far in 2014, I've spent 3 weeks in London, 2 weeks in NYC, 3 weeks in Panama City, a week in Austin, Texas, 10 days in LA, and a weekend in Utah. In the month of March alone, I flew from London to Utah, then to New York City, and then back across the country to Los Angeles.

Will robots replace journalists? No. Well, maybe a few. — First let me just say that no, robots will not replace journalists. Robots will likely only replace jobs with particularly low cognitive loads. So, maybe press release re-writing bloggers, but not thinking, analyzing, interviewing, friendly journalists.

In the Heart of the Panamanian Jungle, a Startup Village Grows — At the end of 2013, more than 100 entrepreneurs, artists, environmentalists, and yogis flew into Panama City's chaotic metropolis, seeking an adventure, and a fun way to celebrate the New Year. After landing, guests were loaded into 4X4s and taken for a drive into the jungle, bumping up and down dirt roads as howler monkeys swung overhead from the bordering rainforest.

Intro to the London Startup Scene — From my presentation with GA at the Apple Store in London!

Happy endings make for great beginnings - why email signatures matter — I have a theory that I'd like to share. It starts outs in November 2010, just as I turned 25 years old. I was laid off from my job as a reporter at Forbes Magazine. Magazines weren't making money anymore. It was all about the web.
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