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- Geoff Wood joined Palisade Systems (Des Moines) – via palisadesystems.com/blog
- John Gustafson of Ideation Ventures recently took over management of the Prairie Ventures portfolio (Omaha) – via linkedin.com/in/ideationventures
- Caroline Moore left Creighton University and joined Halo Institute, Nomad Lounge, and Omaha Fashion Week (Omaha) – via email
- New Digital Group joined the Turbine Flats Project (Lincoln) – via turbineflats.org
- SmartyPig (Des Moines) mentioned in CBS MoneyWatch.com article: Facebook and Beyond: Social Networks for Saving Money
- Nebraska-native Jon Staenberg interviewed on Mixergy.com: The Contagious Energy Of The Man Who Invested In Evite, Stubhub & Other Pioneers
- Christopher Norton of 510 Cinema (Omaha) featured in Metro Magazine’s June 2010 YP Connections: YP Profile
- Phileena Heuertz, director of Word Made Flesh (Omaha), released her first book Pilgrimage of a Soul: Contemplative Spirituality for the Active Life – via wordmadeflesh.org/updates
- What Cheer (Omaha) launched North Downtown website – via necreative.typepad.com
- Agile Sports Technologies (Licoln) signed up new clients – via journalstar.com
- Ninth Division (Omaha) presented at the iPad / iPhone Business Seminar at the Apple Store, Village Point – via ninthdivision.com/blog
- Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle proclaimed September 5-11 Omaha Creative Week – via twitter.com/omacreativeweek
- Justin Shaffer‘s startup, Hot Potato (New York), covered by TechCrunch: Hot Potato 2.0 Lets You “Check-In” While You’re Doing Anything
- Conference design partner Oxide Design (Omaha) posted Big Omaha 2010 identity [part 2] to their company blog