Saturday, March 8, 2008

Interesting reading ...

"Put simply, Long Island is not creating the right environment for technology entrepreneurship. And Long Island is not creating the right companies - not enough of them, anyway - the ones that will create jobs and spawn spinoffs."

It seems that a more comprehensive, collaborative approach is taking shape in the "technology community" on Long Island. That's a good thing.

We still need to broaden the scope of our thinking however.

There is still a tendency to maintain a "silo" effect for the different disciplines, when in reality they all have a lot in common and a lot to offer one another.

We require, among other things, a common Long Island Philosophy and shared accurate information to get the ball rolling.

The One Long Island series of concepts is designed to help accomplish those tasks.

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