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Harrison Weber's Biography

Harrison Weber is a writer and designer based in New York. Formerly an Editor for The Next Web, Harrison joined WeWork as Editorial Director to launch FullStart.

I've been published in FullStart, The Next Web, Huffington Post & more.

I've been written about in Forbes, Business Insider and Venture Beat.

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After nearly 10 years, Adobe abandons its Creative Suite entirely to focus on Creative Cloud

After nearly 10 years, Adobe abandons its Creative Suite entirely to focus on Creative Cloud

LivingSocial closes its New York office space and terminates its local events division

LivingSocial closes its New York office space and terminates its local events division

Flickr cofounder Caterina Fake departs Etsy's board, CEO Chad Dickerson becomes chairman

venturebeat.com — Longtime Etsy board member Caterina Fake, best known for cofounding Flickr and Hunch, is leaving Etsy's board where she served as chairman. The news was revealed by Etsy chief executive Chad Dickerson, who will take over Fake's role. Additionally, former Mercer chief executive Michele Burns is joining Etsy's board, Dickerson announced.

HBO Go is now available on Amazon's Fire TV, coming to the Fire TV Stick in spring

venturebeat.com — We've got some good news for you, Fire TV fans: Today Amazon announced that its flagship streaming device now supports HBO Go. Amazon announced the news in a press release, claiming that it has "increased the number of services available on Amazon Fire TV by more than 4x" since the device first launched launched.

Shutterstock falls 13% following Adobe's entrance into the stock photo industry

venturebeat.com — A day after Adobe announced its $800 million deal to buy stock photo company Fotolia, Shutterstock, a leader in the industry, is feeling the heat. Now, nobody's face is melting off, but investors are clearly concerned about the deal. Adobe announced its plans to buy Fotolia after reporting strong fourth-quarter results and steady subscriber growth.

Workiva, maker of business reporting tools, hits the NYSE at $14.05 a share

venturebeat.com — Workiva, creator of data analysis and reporting tools for businesses, has begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange at $14.05 a share, according to NASDAQ data - barely over the $14 figure the company set last night.

Adobe is buying stock photo giant Fotolia for $800 million in cash

venturebeat.com — Buried within its four quarter earnings report, creative technologies company Adobe today revealed it plans to acquire Fotolia, a stock photo site which hosts 34 million images and videos. As Adobe announced the news, the company reported stead Creative Cloud subscriber growth and strong revenues for the fourth fiscal quarter.

Adobe sees strong Q4 with $1.07B in revenue, 644K new paying Creative Cloud subscribers

venturebeat.com — Adobe now has 3.454 million paying Creative Cloud subscribers, the company revealed in its fourth quarter financial report today. Adobe originally predicted it would reach 3.3 million paying subscribers by the end of 2014. Adobe reported revenues of $1.073 billion and non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.36 for the fourth quarter.

Google reveals what apps, games, and songs topped Play Store charts in 2014

venturebeat.com — In one graphic, Google sums up the rise of health and fitness apps, the surprising stickiness of Candy Crush Saga, and the world's purplexing obsession with Frozen, the Divergent book series, and TMZ. We're not keen on most inforgraphics, but this one created by the Google Play data team seemed worth sharing.

Microsoft buys app beta testing startup HockeyApp, plans Visual Studio integration

venturebeat.com — Today Microsoft announced it's acquired HockeyApp, a startup which enables developers to beta test their apps on iOS, Android, and Windows. Microsoft says it plans to integrate aspects of HockeyApp into "Visual Studio Online to expand Application Insights support for iOS and Android."

Spotify just launched a smart playlist that tracks your friends' favorite songs

venturebeat.com — Today Spotify announced the launch of "Top Tracks in Your Network," an algorymicly designed playlist which creates a top charts-inspired list based on the songs your friends listen to most. Born out of a company hackathon, Spotify tells us that the new playlist was created to offer users a more passive way to get song recommendations from the people they trust most.

With Insights for Office, Microsoft brings Bing search inside your online docs

venturebeat.com — Today Microsoft announced the launch of Insights for Office, a fancy name for something quite simple: your documents online now have Bing search built-in. The new feature may help you when you're writing and need to do a bit of extra research.
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RT @StocktonSays: @marciahofmann @alexia America going to war over a Rogen/Franco movie would be the ultimate Rogen/Franco movie.

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