Silicon Alley


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Silicon Alley

n
(Communications & Information) an area of New York City in which industries associated with information technology are concentrated
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Their educational seminars should easily find a ready-and-willing audience and the networking opportunities they provide are already famous in Silicon Alley circles.
Calacanis was the founder of Silicon Alley Reporter and is a widely recognized commentator on technology and entrepreneurship.
Rising Tide Studios (New York), the publisher of the electronic and, now- closed, print editions of Silicon Alley Reporter and Digital Coast Reporter magazines, has begun the publication of Venture Reporter magazine.
Nine months later, "by a fluke," the realtor found an old building in Silicon Alley that was being renovated under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's tax abatement program.
It was a perennial second-place finisher to the old champion itself, Silicon Valley (which gets more than 1,000 mentions each month), until a relative newcomer, Silicon Alley, passed it up in 1996.
Like all other sectors of the economy, Internet industries have been penetrated by the low-wage revolution, from the janitors who service Silicon Valley to the graphic designers who service Silicon Alley.
The demise of the title follows last October's close of Silicon Alley Reporter, a magazine also launched in 1997.
a wireless information access software company, has signed a lease on a 12,000 SF space encompassing the entire 2nd floor at 591-593 Broadway, in the heart of Silicon Alley.
Silicon Alley companies are increasingly turning to Insignia/ESG's New Media Group, formed last year to provide comprehensive services and consultation to deal with the specific challenges they