Digimedia Launches “The Div” to Promote Web Innovation and Creativity


I read some good news from Scott Day and Jay Chapman of Digimedia that I want to share with you. The company has launched a non-profit foundation called The Div, which will help to promote web innovation and creativity online in its home state of Oklahoma.

According to the news release on the newly formed non-profit’s website,

“The brainchild of Oklahoma’s most innovative and passionate entrepreneurs, Cory Miller, of iThemes Media LLC; Scott Day and Jay Chapman at Digimedia.com L.P., have launched The Div, Inc. to offer a tech community hub dedicated to web-based innovation, creativity and training for a better Oklahoma.

The name “Div” comes from the web programming term “<[div]>” which is the starting point for a container of elements. The Div is one of the trio’s initial efforts to build a startup technology culture in Oklahoma that brings jobs and revenue to their native state.”

The Div will host workshops, special events, and classes, have a library full of resources for tech innovators, and be a great source of information for people in the tech space in the state of Oklahoma.

It’s always nice to see successful people giving back.

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  1. Oklahoma is OK…oh yea…moved out of OK cos of the damn heat and cold winters.
    Went for catfish noodling and rattlesnake hungting..that why I got some OK domains.


  2. Oh Yea..they are in Stillwater-home of the Cowboys and where Garth Brooks went to school.
    Know OK very well!!

    p/s am a Cherookee indian look alike…

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