Dennis Keohane
Dennis Keohane
Senior Staff Writer
Dennis Keohane is a senior staff writer for BetaBoston. Before becoming the first full-time writer for VentureFizz, he taught at a local private school. During one summer break, he worked with RunKeeper's community management team. A native of Waltham, he currently resides in Natick.

Stories by Dennis Keohane

Turkey, beer, and sleep
For Thanksgiving, sit back, relax, and let our tech overlords take the wheel
MATTHEW J. LEE/GLOBE STAFF
Thanksgiving is upon us once again. And whether you will be nursing a hangover from your 15th high school reunion the night before, sweating out who to play on your fantasy team with all the NFL games, or just sick and tired of doing the pie-baking/turkey-basting thing, you are probably looking for a way to seize the inherent laziness of the day and do as little as possible. Read More
Google's Holiday Shopping trends
What's trending on Google in the days prior to Black Friday? L.L. Bean and My Little Pony
Boston-area shoppers use Google to fine their L.L. Bean boots. Photo: Hilary Nagle/Boston Globe
As the hordes head to the Internet to purchase gifts for the holiday season, there are two things that Google has discovered about them by looking at recent search trends. First, they are shopping much more actively on mobile than ever before (shopping and buying, not just searching for goods). Second, there are more people shopping for holiday gifts online right now than the entire holiday period last year. Read More
Last days of Aereo
Aereo's end: A major setback for innovators, or correct outcome for a flawed idea?
(GETTY IMAGES/FILE)
While Aereo's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today confirms something we saw coming since the company announced the close of its Boston office and operations a few weeks ago, the final chapter to the Aereo story offers an opportunity to look into what went wrong for the company. Read More
The long Orange Silence is over
After quiet period, Dharmesh Shah spills insight into HubSpot's IPO
Dharmesh Shah (image via HubSpot)
In a post today on his blog "On Startups" (a great resource that has a huge following), Cambridge-based HubSpot's co-founder and chief technology officer breaks his long silence, the quiet period that is part of the IPO process and dropped his first post in awhile, one that breaks down his experiences while taking HubSpot public. Read More
Free VC access, a novel idea
Unpitch offers unbelievable access to investors yet again
<a href="http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-188082377/stock-vector-businessman-the-angel-and-the-devil.html?src=5DD2EmZh0RNaToBNYwmrWg-1-2">'Businessman, angel, and devil' via Shutterstock</a>
A few years ago, an organization called Young Startup Ventures would show up in the Boston-area and run an event called the New England Venture Summit, promising access to some of the most important and financially connected venture capitalists in the area and charging naive entrepreneurs between $495 and $795 for the access. Read More
Now is the winter of our hub rent bikes
Which Hubway stations will stay open for part, all of winter
DINA RUDICK/GLOBE STAFF
Hubway announced today that it will allow riders to use the system in Boston far longer than in years past, keeping several stations open through December 31, depending on weather conditions. In Cambridge, which tested the service last winter, a number of Hubway locations will remain open throughout the entire winter. Read More