Today, we announced that Richard Harris has been named CEO and will succeed Ramsey McGrory, who will remain as an advisor to the company.
AddThis is looking for a few good men and women to join our growing team of superstars. In fact, we want to lure you into checking out our careers page with this new video we put together:
Debate and discourse around the use of online data will continue as federal and state legislatures and public standards committees like the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) all take up the issue once again after the summer break.
Like many others (around 4,000 in fact), we pitched our panel idea to the upcoming SxSWi event. And you’re probably getting swamped with “Please vote for my panel” messages. But we’re going to ask you anyway. Vote for our panel, “The Privacy Collision Course!”
Here’s why we need your vote, and why this session important.
This morning, AddThis released the Emergency Warning Smart Layer project to our Labs pages. As we discussed in a previous post, this was a multi-partner collaboration that culminated in the successful completion of the code at our Hackathon last week.
We had one of the biggest, baddest, and greatest hackathons at AddThis wrap up today. With approximately 25 projects that were worked on, the team split up all over the place to work on fantastically creative projects. (Is my enthusiasm coming through clearly?!) Here’s an overview.
During next Thursday’s hackathon, a group of AddThis developers will drop what they’re doing to work on integrating ValueClick’s emergency warning system into AddThis Smart Layers. They’ll focus first on creating AMBER Alerts that will dynamically display on tablets, smartphones, and computers in areas where abductions take place.
We’re delighted to have been listed again in AlwaysOn Global’s Top 250 tech companies of 2013! It’s an honor to be named among companies that AlwaysOn describes as participating in a “new era in worldwide innovation that’s not only changing the way people live, it’s bringing a bright, new vision to the business world.”
Last week, the AddThis team dropped what they were doing, and signed up to work on different projects in our latest 24-hour hackathon!
Over 30 projects were submitted, and lots of cool things came about as a result. Here are some highlights of how the day went.
Here’s the Virginia team gathered to kick off the hackathon in AddThis style!
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