Meetup founder Scott Heiferman founded his first startup, an ad tech company called i-traffic, in 1994. Five years later he sold it to Agency.com. And...
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On Friday, April 17, 2015, the recently appointed United States Chief Technology Officer, Megan Smith, organized a gathering of tech-focused community organizers at the White House (or, more accurately, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building).
The Huffington Post has teamed up with Meetup -- a global network of local groups with common interests -- to turn the conversations about the news on our site into face-to-face encounters.
Michah Sifry opened with a live video of oil gushing into the Gulf. The freedom to see the disaster didn't change the fact that we weren't doing anything. Remote engagement only takes you so far.
Meetup.com co-founder & CEO Scott Heiferman spills some beans about a top-secret new project that, he told me, will reshape the 2008 presidential campaign.
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