Author: Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory

MAGIC Announces First Executive Director

We are pleased to announce that Jason Stambaugh has been selected as our first Executive Director. Here’s a bit about Jason: Jason Stambaugh is an enterprising gentleman based in Westminster, Maryland. Since 2009, he has built a variety of companies including Wevival, a web development and online marketing firm, and LaunchGen, an ed tech firm with the […]

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Ting Makerspace Grand Opening

On May 10, 2016 Ting hosted an Open House at its newly launched Makerspace in downtown Westminster, Maryland. Dr. Robert Wack, Westminster City Council President and Board Chair of MAGIC said at the event, “We’re going to build a tech community here in Westminster. We want it to be a place that people hear about and want to be a […]

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MAGIC’s Tech Innovation Challenge #002

MAGIC PRESENTS ANOTHER TECH INCUBATION PROJECT:  WIRELESS NETWORK FOR THE WESTMINSTER FLOWER & JAZZ FESTIVAL MAY 7TH, 2016 MAGIC, the new technology incubator in Westminster, MD presents another Tech Incubation project in collaboration with Freedom Broadband and Ting Internet, on May 7th in downtown Westminster.  Students from local high schools and the Career &Tech Center have worked with Freedom Broadband […]

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MAGIC Hosts Carroll’s First Capture the Flag Hacking Competition

Westminster, MD – MAGIC, the new technology incubator in Westminster, MD presents the next Tech Incubation project in collaboration with Freedom Broadband and Ting Internet, on April 30th from noon to 3 p.m. in downtown Westminster. Students from local high schools and McDaniel College will compete against each other solving a series of hacking challenges […]

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MAGIC’S FIRST TECH INCUBATION PROJECT

MAGIC PRESENTS ITS FIRST TECH INCUBATION PROJECT:  A WIRELESS NETWORK FOR THE CELTIC CANTER MAGIC, the new technology incubator in Westminster, MD presents the first Tech Incubation project in collaboration with Freedom Broadband and Ting Internet, on March 12th in downtown Westminster.  Students from local high schools and the Career &Tech Center have worked with […]

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