We all have things to cheer for in life. Most times we celebrate to milestone events or showing our affection for people in our lives. But there’s so many things in life that make us happy.

To begin our recap of last week’s winter TZ Spotlight, we’d like to say our list of thank yous. Thank you to the supporters who told their colleagues and friends about the event, to our attendees for the attention towards the center of the room, to our supporting sponsors, our Spotlight judges, and to Bill Gross, our inspirational keynote speaker for the evening.

Last night we got the opportunity for the first time to hear in depth on what a few of the leaders in the LA incubator/accelerators space foresee coming down the pipe for 2012. Tonight we learn who some of those leaders may be.

Wrapping up an amazing trip at the Consumer Electronic Shows (#CES), we find ourselves in the North Hall. Taking us through all things auto, audio, and digital health. To set the stage for you, imagine being at the Detroit Auto Show,

Co-working with your Co-Founders at a coffee shop or co-working space and you want to get everyone in the pumped startup producing mood, however you don’t want to disturb those around. Skunk Juice has the perfect solution for you. Unlike regular earbuds, you can connect with your friends via a Magnetic functionality.

Kyle here LIVE from the Consumer Electronic Show (#CES) in Las Vegas ladies and gentleman. This year’s 2012 International CES is my very first, and will not be my last. What an amazing show. The press room has been loaded all day with people sharing details about this year’s some 20,000 new products being launched and over 37 football fields worth of exhibit space featuring some of the top companies.

Recently when at Blog World I got an advance copy of “Laughing at Wall Street” by Chris Camillo. He teaches how to take the risk out of being risky. Where was he when I was 18 and just starting out!? A little bit about the author Chris Camillo

Just about every Startup at some point and especially if you do not have a designer, is going to need icons to help spruce up those websites. TechZulu caught up with Martin LeBlanc Eigtved Founder and CEO of IconFinder. We dive into the very beginnings of IconFinder, where Matin personal need led him to start the site, to how he was able to fit working on IconFinder into his school projects to finish the site and all the way to where the site is now and where they are heading.

It’s that time of year again. You know what I’m talking about – scrambling to buy gifts because you blanked on Cyber Monday, pulling late-nighters to debug your software and push a new version before everyone checks out, and refusing to count the calories you’ve consumed since turkey day.

These past few months we have seen the rebirth of virtual worlds. With sites like, Chill, and Shaker to name a few. Although Worlize may be news to some they have been around for just over a year and they are based right here in Los Angeles. Worlize is a user-created social gaming and chat platform for Facebook and social networks including Twitter, MySpace and OpenSocial.