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Remember how a few months ago Silicon Valley’s own Valley Girl came to town?

Well, now the results are back. You can watch Edinburgh’s own on the infamous Valley Girl show. At the moment, you can check out (links go straight to video):

There’s definitely more to come, so stay tuned!

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Tuesday 12th October: E-Club “Re-sparking the Embers and Starting a Fire,” 6:30-8:00pm at Business School Auditorium (29 Buccleuch Place)

Taking over someone else’s product is hard enough but when all your staff work for free it’s even tougher. Phil Harris, SquareGo Editor-in-Chief, talks frankly about how he got the ear of the owner, took the reigns of the website, organised the staff, delegated duties, developed external relationships, convinced staff to join his team and dealt with crises whilst increasing readership. Now sitting close to his first set target for the year he discusses what’s to come and how lies, damned lies and statistics can be used to help you convince people to get on board. Free, and free wine…

Tuesday 12th October: Glasgow GirlGeek Dinner, 6pm at University of Glasgow

Our Keynote Speakers are: Heidi Roizen Heidi splits her time between her entrepreneurial endeavour, SkinnySongs and board service in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. In 2008 Heidi was named the Annual Achievement Award Winner by the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs and Executives.  (more…)

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Further to Kate’s recent article about CereProc giving Roger Ebert his voice back, it’s awesome to see them on CBS News. The footage was shown yesterday afternoon, and a couple of us on the 6th floor were drawn into the CereProc office upon hearing their excited reactions. They certainly picked a beautiful spot to show off the city too!

Video 1: Company Restores Roger Ebert's Voice

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Local startup and Appleton Tower resident, CereProc, has been working with world famous film critic, Roger Ebert, in regaining his voice. Ebert lost his voice due to surgery in 2007 for thyroid cancer; CereProc, which has developed technology that can synthesis voices from previous samples, used Ebert’s extensive library of DVD commentary and film archives to reproduce his voice. (more…)

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