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No. 500: Voices from the past, eyes on the future

That’s, like, half-a-thousand: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, and a special edition of your Innovate Long Island newsletter. It’s May 13 out there, midpoint of another busy workweek, and this is our official 500th newsletter. Reaching this milestone years after losing Publisher John Kominicki – entrepreneurial founder, tireless promotor, driving engine – was highly unlikely. Doing it without you would have been literally impossible. So thank you, newsletter subscribers and website visitors, inventors and investors,…


No. 470: Into the ‘Digital Void’ with Oprah and the Babe (plus, another big bioelectronic breakthrough)

  Halftime show: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as we reach the midpoint of Super Bowl week and this latest five-day run of socioeconomic innovation. Corny, we know: It’s Jan. 29 out there, and with the big game coming up and all, we’d be remiss if we didn’t note National Corn Chip Day. For those keeping score, it’s also National Carnation Day and National Seeing Eye Dog Day, celebrating the highly trained animal companions. Quothing…


No. 373: On Tesla patents, quasi-three-day weekends and Winnie the Pooh (and introducing the ‘Voices’ of Innovate LI)

  Flake out: That’s two down and just 49 1/2 to go, dear readers, as another productive workweek concludes and 2019 gains steam – and with barely a snowflake in sight, this is already shaping up as the quietest winter in recent memory. Jinx! Winter is coming: Actually, there is a little snow in our weekend forecast, and that’s not a bad thing – not only is the white stuff a critical part of natural…


No. 360: Adelphi arrives, 5G makes waves and SBU sends in the marine biologists

  Full speed ahead: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as we speed into the second half of our busy workweek and straight toward the final month of 2018. It’s Nov. 28 out there, Sagittarians rule and if you had Portuguese explorer Ferdinand “Round Trip” Magellan reaching the Pacific Ocean 498 years ago today, well done – 100 gold escudos for you. A toast: To our readers in Japan, happy Hōonkō, an important holiday in traditional…