|Evomail appears to have stopped maintaining its consumer-facing app
|It appears that Wichita startup Evomail is no longer maintaining the free consumer version of its iOS and Android email management application.
Periodically through the summer, users have been posting messages on Twitter, Facebook and the app’s iOS and Android download pages saying the app has stopped working.
Most recently, several users have said they can’t start using the app because it times out when they try to add an email account.
The app on my iPad had stopped receiving messages because…
|KNOXX online career platform nears launch
|KNOXX, an online career platform being developed in Wichita, is set to launch in September after a beta testing period that runs Aug. 25 to Sept. 5.
KNOXX is a site where job seekers can create profiles that include a résumé, an “about me” section, links and a video.
Insights Career Consulting owner Mike Mathia, who devised the concept, said it’s the video that will set KNOXX apart from existing job seeker sites. A former hiring manager, Mathia says he could have learned a lot about candidates’…
|Method Productions’ office move represents step out from behind the scenes
|Gabe Juhnke and Rik Dubiel have been doing video production work under the Method Productions name for about eight years, and it’s been their full-time gig since January of 2013.
Still, their company’s move to a new office in Old Town this month represents something of a coming out.
Method, now sharing space with Jacque Inc. Photography in the Grant Telegraph Building, has traditionally worked behind the scenes, says new partner Luis Rodriguez, who also works as senior director of software…
|Founder: MeltPoint Environmental’s prototype reduces major source of hospital waste
|Caldwell firm MeltPoint Environmental is preparing for the commercial launch of a product founder Chad May says can help make hospitals more sustainable.
May’s business was the winner of Kansas State University’s inaugural Launch a Business program for high-growth Kansas companies.
He says MeltPoint is working on its second-stage prototype of the Surgical Bluewrap Recovery Machine. It expects to have a test product out to a few health care facilities soon, though a full commercial launch is…
|Caldwell’s MeltPoint Environmental wins at K-State Launch a Business program
|The winner of Kansas State University’s inaugural Launch a Business program is a Caldwell company that developed a proprietary device for reducing surgical bluewrap waste.
MeltPoint Environmental’s product is the MeltPoint Surgical Bluewrap Recovery Machine. It’s designed to reduce the amount of bluewrap that ends up in landfills, according to a Kansas State University news release.
The Caldwell firm was one of 10 high-growth Kansas companies to take part in Launch a Business, a program sponsored…
|Applications open for 2015 Pipeline Entrepreneurial Fellowship
|Applications opened Thursday for the 2015 Pipeline Entrepreneurial Fellowship program.
The Pipeline program is designed to help entrepreneurs leading high-growth companies in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska learn how to take their businesses to the next level.
Applications are due Oct. 20. Details are on the Pipeline website.
At least 10 entrepreneurs join the program as fellows each year. They take part in workshops and leadership development training, and they have the chance to consult with…
|Great Plains Capital Conference application deadline this week
|Great Plains entrepreneurs looking to raise capital have through Friday to apply to present at the Great Plains Capital Conference.
The event will be held Sept. 25 at the Wichita Marriott. Each company will give a brief presentation before investors and other interested parties. Entrepreneurs are asked to discuss their business strategy, describe their products or services, outline their management and marketing plans and offer a financial summary.
The presentation fee is $500. Application details…
|Code school lessons: Many parts make up that app in the palm of your hand
|Note: I’m blogging for TechFlash about the experience of learning to code through the beta class of Wichita’s new code school. Here’s some background information about this project.
One of the biggest things I’ve learned so far in the first few weeks of code school is how much building a Web application is just that — building.
I assumed that once I had a programming language under my belt, I’d be able to write something interactive, right off the bat. As it turns out, just about…
|Wichita State’s Bardo to update innovation campus plans
|Wichita State University President John Bardo will provide an update and share more about his vision to create an innovation campus during a presentation Friday afternoon.
A question-and-answer session will follow Bardo’s presentation.
The event will be broadcast on Cox Cable Channel 13 and streamed online beginning at 2 p.m.
Questions can be submitted via email at email@example.com in advance, during the broadcast or on Twitter using the hashtag #WSUinnovation.
The basic premise…
|Behind the scenes at ISG’s Wichita data center
|I got a chance to tour ISG Technology’s Wichita data center as the company plans to expand some technology it was piloting there for using less energy to keep machines cool.
The 900-square-foot facility, built in 2012, is one of three ISG data centers. A similiar-sized underground facility is in Columbia, Mo., in an area mined out of Baltimore limestone, and a much larger center — more than 16,000 square feet — is in Topeka.
Curtis Mead, who leads sales for ISG’s data center services segment,…