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May. 9, 2014 8:15 am

‘For sharing startups, education is key’: Parking Panda’s Nick Miller [Links]

"For a startup in the sharing economy ... The task is not only to build a brand, but to develop an industry and educate people of its existence. No easy task."

Nick Miller: For Sharing Startups, Education is Key [Wall Street Journal]: “For a startup in the sharing economy … The task is not only to build a brand, but to develop an industry and educate people of its existence. No easy task.”

Howard County to buy former Columbia Flier building, relocate entrepreneurship center [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Howard County plans to use the space as a new headquarters for its Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship. The center, which provides support services and work space for entrepreneurs and early stage companies, will move to its new office once renovations are complete.”

Blogger sizes up social media in Howard races [Baltimore Sun]: “[Scott] Ewart, who blogs at scottesoftware.wordpress.com, started out analyzing just one big-ticket race: the campaign for governor. Soon, however – and after a flurry of web hits – the Columbia resident started taking a closer look at the social media landscape in Howard County’s state and local races.”

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