is an insight company. Our goal is to develop unique and innovative ways for companies to connect, gain insight and move forward.
Over the past decade, Floor64 has developed a series of insight platforms that inspire, inform and help companies innovate. In the process, we’ve gathered a world-class team of analysts and technologists and have worked with companies spanning Fortune 500 leaders to newly formed startups from a wide variety of industries.
Currently we maintain and manage two insight platforms - the award-winning technology and business analysis blog, Techdirt, and the exciting new marketplace for connecting companies with a diverse community of expertise, the Insight Community.
“Techdirt has a tremendous influence on the Wall Street Journal.”
The Wall Street Journal
Members of the Insight Community have the opportunity to sponsor and contribute to cases that pose challenging and timely questions and topics from a wide variety of industries.
In this dynamic and exciting insight marketplace, sponsors gain access to the diverse perspectives of a world-wide community of experts and customized intelligent content, while contributors have the opportunity to earn recognition and cash rewards for their well-communicated insights.
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Started in 1997 by Floor64 founder Mike Masnick and then growing into a group blogging effort, the Techdirt blog uses a proven economic framework to analyze and offer insight into news stories about changes in government policy, technology and legal issues that affect companies ability to innovate and grow.
The dynamic and interactive community of Techdirt readers often comment on the addictive quality of the content on the site, a feeling supported by the blog’s 850,000+ RSS subscribers, 35,000+ posts, 250,000+ comments and a consistent Technorati 100 rating. Both Business Week and Forbes have awarded Techdirt with Best of the Web thought leader awards.
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