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Vote for Vegas Tech Company LegalQ in Start Fest Competition

A local Vegas Tech company is taking part in the Start Fest competition. The competition is dubbed as Utah’s Largest Grassroots Startup Festival. There’s always been a strong connection between the Utah and Las Vegas startup communities. Many of the companies in Las Vegas now came from Utah and play an important part of the Vegas Tech community.
legalq
It’s no surprise that I know at least one of the companies participating in the Start Fest competition is a Las Vegas based startup company called LegalQ. They’re working to create an Attorney Marketplace with flat fees and no hidden costs.

As part of the competition they have online voting for the 100 qualifying startup companies. If you want to support LegalQ, you can find them on the leaderboard. They’re currently at #24 on the list, but we should be able to at least get them into the top 20 and possibly much higher. Voting just takes a click, so let’s take a second and support a local company (You can vote daily if you really want to help).

Best of luck to LegalQ in the competition!

June 12, 2015 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

My Guide to Visiting the #VegasTech Startup Community

One of the most common questions we get here at Vegas Startups goes something like this “I’m coming to Las Vegas, can you connect me to what’s happening in the Vegas Startup Community.” Sometimes they have variations like asking us to introduce them to startup companies or startup founders, but the concept is generally the same. They’re in Las Vegas, and they want to check out/hang out with/learn about the Las Vegas startups and the Las Vegas startup community while they’re here.

With this in mind, I thought I’d create what I consider my guide to getting to know the Las Vegas startup community. Plus, I had a couple guys from Brazil that I promised I’d help get to know the Vegas Startup community since they were planning a visit. So, this is inspired by my Brazilian startup friends (or soon to be friends).

There are two main centers of startup activity in Las Vegas: Downtown Las Vegas (Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project is the core of this) and the InNEVation Center (Switch/Supernap is behind this). Visiting both of these communities will give you a good feel for the Las Vegas startup community. Then, along with these communities you have a wide variety of startup companies throughout the Las Vegas valley.

Now for some more specifics on these two hubs of the Las Vegas startup community and a few other resources to help you with a visit to Las Vegas:

InNEVation Center
The InNEVation center is Rob Roy’s (Founder of Switch) “gift” the community. It really is an amazing asset in the Las Vegas startup community. The InNEVation center is this really unique mix of co-working, a great meeting venue, and office space for Las Vegas tech companies.

If you reach out to the InNEVation Center, they should be able to schedule you a tour of the space. It’s a really unique venue that makes for a great tour. Otherwise, you can also check out the InNEVation Center blog to see some of the latest happenings. Each month they host a CommunityCation Luncheon which is great and they also list a wide variety of meetups every month. Attending one of those meetups is another great way to meet the community.

Behind the InNEVation Center is a company called Supernap (Switch). If you’re looking for a data center option for your company, getting a tour of the Supernap should be on your list of things to do in Las Vegas. It’s an amazing experience (at least for a data center and tech geek like me).

Downtown Project – Downtown Vegas
The Downtown Project is Tony Hsieh’s (CEO of Zappos) $350 million investment in downtown. As of this post, the project consists of over 300 businesses that span the spectrum of tech startup companies, restaurants, venues, healthcare, education, and even a supermarket.

With that said, it’s hard to summarize everything that’s going on in Downtown Las Vegas that might interest you. However, you might start with a Tour of Zappos and Downtown. They have a number of options if you want someone to kind of introduce you to the area.

If you’d like to do your own tour of Downtown, I’d suggest you stop by the co-working space Work In Progress and then spend some time enjoying The Beat Coffee Shop, The Gold Spike, and Downtown Container Park. For a more specialized experience, you can check out Stitch Factory (Fashion), SYN Shop (Hacker Space), or Turntable Health (Healthcare).

As for tech startup investments and funding in Downtown Vegas, you’ll want to check out the Vegas Tech Fund and also the The Mill. The later includes an Idea Accelerator and a Startup Accelerator.

Regular Events
Community Dinners – Happens Every Wednesday night at 6 in various locations in Downtown Las Vegas. Organized by @WorkInProgress, so check with them for the latest details.

InNEVation Center Meetups – More meetups than we can keep track of.

Downtown Podcast – Happens Every Thursday Night at 9 PM. It started with a little more tech focus, but has lately been more Downtown Las Vegas focused. Still a fun event where you can meet people Downtown.

Tech Cocktail Week – Las Vegas – Usually happens the 2nd week of the month (Wed-Sat) in various locations in Downtown Las Vegas. Organized by @TechCocktailLV, so check with them for the latest details.

#VegasTech Hashtag
One of the very best ways to connect with the Vegas Tech startup community is to use the #vegastech hashtag on Twitter. The community really connects and rallies around that hashtag. A large portion of the community monitor it regularly and it’s a great way for you to connect with people in the Vegas Tech community. Feel free to post a message that you’re in town and who you’d like to meet. The community is likely to respond or connect you to the right person/company.

Vegas Tech Companies
Along with our own list of Las Vegas startup companies (which continually needs updating), there are a number of other places that have lists of Vegas Startup companies. Unfortunately, none of them are comprehensive. In fact, I don’t think all of these lists combined together would be comprehensive since the community is growing in such a dynamic way. However, it should give you a start when identifying startup companies in Las Vegas that could be of interest to you during your visit:
Vegas Startups Company List
Vegas Tech Funded Companies
InNEVation Companies
Work In Progress Companies
Vegas Tech Map
Vegas Valley Angels

Conclusion
Hopefully this gives you a small taste of what’s happening in the Las Vegas startup community and where you should go if you’re ever visiting Las Vegas. No doubt there is a lot more happening than’s described in this post. Plus, I expect it to be out of date tomorrow as things are constantly changing. That’s the fun of being in such a vibrant and exciting startup community. The comments on the post are open if someone in the community wants to highlight something I’ve missed.

February 6, 2015 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Tech Company, Full Spectrum Laser, Raises $10 million

The Buffalo News is reporting that Summer Street Capital has made a $10 million investment in Las Vegas tech Startup company, Full Spectrum Laster. Here’s the note from the article:

Summer Street Capital, a Buffalo-based private equity fund, has made a $10 million investment in Full Spectrum Laser, a Las Vegas, Nev.-based laser and 3D printer engineering and manufacturing company.

The company said it would accelerate development of its next-generation, affordable laser cutting/engraving and 3D printing platforms to capitalize on market demand.

Congrats to Full Spectrum Laser on the funding! It’s great having you as part of the Las Vegas tech startup community. We’re looking forward to seeing your success in the growing 3D printing space.

November 12, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Startup Company, Shift, Lands $10 Million in Funding

Many people reading this might be asking themselves, there’s a company called Shift in Las Vegas? Well, along with getting $10 million in funding, the company formerly known as Project 100 is now called Shift. The funding and the name change were announced in a blog post by Zach Ware, CEO of Shift. Here’s an excerpt from the announcement that describes where they’re headed with the $10 million:

To our soon-to-be-members we aim to be incredibly simple while the complexity of what we do rests in the hands of our team, behind the scenes. In our core service area, first in Las Vegas and soon in other cities, we will enable people to be on their way riding, driving or biking within five minutes. We’re combining small city cars, larger sedans, shuttles, bikes and more into a single monthly membership designed to remove your thoughts about cost as a factor in whether or not you should go somewhere. By the end of the year we will not only replace your car, but we’ll deliver so much more than your car could ever deliver. And we’ll be far more affordable than you might think.

The blog post also says that the $10MM Series A round was led by Tony Hsieh and that the company now has a team of 22 people.

Best of luck to Zach and the team at Shift as they work to change the way we think about transportation.

May 15, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

2014 Winners of TechNevada Honors

This week was the TBAN organized TechNevada honors. It’s a great event that brings together the tech community to recognize some local Las Vegas tech companies. In case you missed the event, the 2014 Nominees and Winners (in bold) are listed below:

Technology Company of the Year:
Banjo
Smashmetrics/Revunit
Wedgies

Tech Product of the Year:
Zero Idle Battery
FSL3D, 3D printer

Entrepreneur of the Year Award:
Zach Ware, Project 100 and WIP
Sunny Tara, DocBeat
Frank Gruber and Jen Consalvo, TechCocktail

Most Promising Early Stage Start-up:
Skyworks Aerial Systems
Dooing
Paystr
Tealet

Tech Transplant of the Year:
Orderwithme.com
JusCollege
Moveline

At the event, a few other awards were given:
Technology Star in the Public Sector: Thomas Wilczek
Spirit Award: Downtown Podcast
Technology Executive of the Year: Jeff Oberschelp

It’s amazing to see how quickly the Vegas Tech community has grown. Congrats to all the nominees and winners!

April 25, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Las Vegas Startup The Influential Network Launches at Coachella

A new Las Vegas company called The Influential Network is launching with a bang during Coachella. They’ll be hosting a venue called The Influential House where they’ll have some of the biggest and most notable social media personalities. Plus, they’ll have celebrities like Christina Millian, Paris Hilton, and Crystal Hefner as well.

Here’s the full description of The Influential Network:

The Influential Network is one of the largest Twitter and Instagram Network in the world. With over 20 Million followers across dozens of accounts that the company owns and manages, and a proprietary platform with thousands of top influencers, The Influential Network does campaigns for Fortune 500 companies that reach hundreds of millions of people, and organically start worldwide trending topics.

The Influential Network is the platform FOR Influencers, BY Influencers. The Influential Network provides premium accounts the ability to monetize their influence on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, YouTube and more. Influencers can now get paid to share the content that their audience craves.

Welcome to the Vegas Tech startup community!

April 14, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Guest Post: Las Vegas Indoor Agriculture Opportunity

The following is a guest post by Nicola Kerslake updating us on indoor agriculture in Nevada. If this interests you, check out the conference happening in Las Vegas on May 14-15th. It’s some pretty cool technology as Nicola describes below.

A little over a year ago, a venture capitalist mentor told me to “go figure out who else is interested in this indoor agriculture stuff”, and so, I began planning the inaugural Indoor Agriculture Conference, which would eventually sell out with more than 230 attendees in April 2013.  Indoor agriculture is growing produce and raising fish in containers, warehouses and greenhouses using hydroponic, aquaponic and aeroponic technologies.  It’s a $600bn+ industry in the US alone; it ranges from growing leafy greens in London underground tunnels to the greenhouse operations that produce around half of the tomatoes we buy in grocery stores.  As we plan this year’s ag-con – on May 14-15 at Springs Preserve – we’re getting calls and emails from as far afield as the UK, Israel and Australia, a reflection of the remarkable growth in interest in the industry over the past year.

Part of this change is just because of time; the projects which were pipedreams a few years’ back are now viable businesses.  For instance, open source hardware firm WindowFarms – its hydroponic kits let you grow food in a window box – raised more than five times its $50,000 target on Kickstarter back in December 2011, and now ships kits all over the world and has more than 42,000 participants in its WindowFarms community.

After a long dry winter, the severity of the drought in the western US has concentrated minds; the California Farm Water Coalition expects 10% of California’s fields to lay fallow this summer.  As we illustrated in a recent infographic, more than a third of the US is in drought and 70% of water is used in agriculture.  Traditional farmers are starting to conserve water and diversify their crops by adding indoor growing to their farms, given that it uses only 10-15% of the water of traditional farming.  Las Vegas sod farmers, Valley Sod Farms, have been experimenting with greenhouse produce, for example.

Indoor ag technology is coming on by leaps and bounds; LED lights cost 25% less than they did 2 years ago, while the Internet of Things revolution is enabling cheaper, simpler control and data gathering systems.  For example, container farm company, Freight Farms, allows farmers to control air temperature, humidity and nutrient levels in container farms from their SmartPhones.

Both venture capitalists and private investors are now taking the industry seriously.  One beneficiary is Indoor Ag-Con keynote BrightFarms, which raised $4.3mn to expand its hydroponic greenhouse network in January; they offer grocery store chains secure produce supply in exchange for a decade-long contract, unusual for the food supply industry.

Las Vegas’s urban agriculture scene is right on trend, with new farms springing up and local community advocates becoming more numerous and more organized.  They’re working on everything from a food hub to a seed library, and the Downtown Rangers are rumored to have ambitious urban agriculture plans of their own.  On the sidelines of last year’s conference, I chatted with Las Vegas local Brett Runion who was in the process of planning an aquaponics (raising fish and growing veggies symbiotically) farm with his family.  That venture – R Fish and Veggies – is now up and running, growing produce such as kale and micogreens and supplying to the likes of Whole Foods Market.

As with any nascent industry, there’s plenty of room for growth; one enthusiast likens indoor ag’s current state to “the solar industry in 2009”, the point at which the industry began tech-driven exponential growth.   We invite you to join us in that growth at our Ag-Con on May 14 and 15.

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Nicola is the founder of Newbean Capital, which manages investment operations for two venture capital mandates and also has significant interests in agriculture, especially indoor agriculture.  The firm will co-host the 2nd Annual Indoor Agriculture Conference on May 14-15 alongside the Black Emerald Group, a Bay Area merchant banking group.

March 24, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Tech Startup OrderWithMe Raises $6 Million

It’s always great when a startup company in Las Vegas raises a round of funding, but a $6 million series b round of funding is event better. Congrats to OrderWithMe for closing the $6 million round of funding from Vegas Tech Fund, BaseVC, Tony Hsieh, and other local Las Vegas investors along with previous investors Infinity Venture Partners, SOS Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.

For those not familiar with OrderWithMe, here’s a short summary of what they do:

With operations now in China and the US, OrderWithMe helps small businesses more effectively compete by streamlining their purchase orders and payments to all their vendors on one easy business-to-business platform. The business owners save substantial time by centralizing their inventory purchasing and payment activities. More importantly, businesses can then negotiate much bigger volume discounts from their suppliers by aggregating their purchase volume with others in the same industry.

December 4, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Effortless Office – Vegas Startup Profile

Ever since we started VegasStartups.com, we’ve been adding to our list of Las Vegas startup companies. While not comprehensive, it’s getting pretty close (if your company is missing, let us know on our contact us page). Along with companies contacting us to be added to this list, they also often ask about how their company can be featured on our site. Rick and I are both busy with our own jobs and startup efforts, and so we often don’t have the time to do a full on feature of a company despite our desire to do so.

This recently happened to me again when a company called Effortless Office contacted us. After thinking about my lack of time, a lightbulb went off. “What if I create a generic Startup Profile?” Basically a list of questions that any Vegas startup company could answer and would introduce readers of this to a new Vegas Startup company.

That long winded intro aside, here’s the first Vegas Startup profile of Effortless Office as answered by Corbin Bridge:
Effortless Office
Tell us about your company
Effortless Office (EO) provides a virtual desktop solution and helps migrate companies to the cloud.  Our technology allows users to access their desktops from any location on almost any device. Our pricing model involves a fixed month to month fee to help users eliminate variable IT costs, allowing for easier budgeting. We also provide 24/7 tech support.  By moving a client’s desktop to the cloud, we eliminate the need for them to keep servers at their offices.  This provides greater security for our clients as our servers are housed at the Switch facility. Included in our services are anti-virus and spam monitoring. Finally, by utilizing a thin client we are able to eliminate the need for PC’s throughout an office. This helps reduce hardware costs and the thin client utilizes roughly 80% less power than a PC!

Tell us about your team
We have a small, yet diverse team!  Our owner, Ben Gayheart, has a degree in Engineering and has shaped the vision for EO.  Previously, Ben developed and ran Ascent Solutions which served the Las Vegas community for over 10 years!  We have a dedicated and passionate programming and tech support team with many years of experience in the technology industry.

Why did you choose Las Vegas?  What do you love about Las Vegas?
Before we were EO we were Ascent Solutions.  We proudly served the Las Vegas community, both on the strip and local businesses, for over 10 years.  When we rebranded as EO, we decided to stay in Las Vegas to continue operating in this great community! We love the energy here in Vegas. The people, the companies, the emerging tech startup scene! All these factors provide an excellent work environment.

What can the Las Vegas community do to help your company?
Visit our website and contact us with questions.  Ultimately, we would like to convert every site visitor into a user.  We are able to provide demo accounts if clients would like to experience how we work before purchasing our services.

What’s your best advice for startup entrepreneurs?
Results do not come from inaction or from luck.  Define your goal and go to work.  Mistakes are learning opportunities. Every successful entrepreneur has made them and learned from them and developed a better company because of them.

Where can we find out more about your company?  What’s your twitter handle?
You can find more information at our website www.effortlessoffice.com or visit us on twitter at @EOcloud.  You can also contact Corbin Bridge at cbridge@effortlessoffice.com for additional questions and to inquire about utilizing our services.

If you’d like your Vegas Startup profile published, drop us a note on our Contact Us page.

September 12, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

SXSW V2V Showcases #VegasTech

This week Las Vegas has the amazing opportunity to host SXSW V2V. Most people are familiar with the original SXSW conference in Austin which brings together a huge tech community (SXSW Interactive), music (SXSW Music) and film (SXSW Film). In fact, the SXSW interactive had grown so large that it literally had outgrown the city of Austin.

SXSW V2V was created hopefully as a partial release valve for the tremendous growth of SXSW interactive. Certainly SXSW interactive will still continue to happen in Austin, but the organizers of SXSW wanted to find a way to expand what they could do to help the innovator and startup community. Considering Austin’s challenges with hosting a big conference it made logical sense why SXSW would turn to Las Vegas for their expansion. Plus, the expansion married perfectly with the amazing growth of the Vegas Tech startup community. Oh the serendipity of it all.

To be honest, I wasn’t sure how well the SXSW V2V event would showcase what was happening with the Tech Community in Las Vegas. A day and a half into the event and I’m very happy with how well SXSW V2V has showcased what’s happening in Las Vegas.

The Vegas Tech startup showcase was certainly headlined by the Tony Hsieh keynote where he asked, “How many chances do you get to shape the future of a city?” Although, I expect the more powerful impact will come from the interactions with hundreds of Vegas Tech entrepreneurs I’ve seen scattered throughout SXSW V2V. Whether it’s Scott Allison from Teamly and Andrew Crump from Bluefields together with Representative Joe Heck talking about the broken immigration system or the Vegas native Maren Donovan from Zirtual talking crowdsourcing and outsourcing on their respective panels, the Vegas Startup community was well placed throughout the SXSW V2V programming. The Startup Spotlight Showcase also included many Vegas companies including: Cubby Road, ALICE Receptionist, and Tracky. Plus, how beautiful was it to see the Gold Spike filled to capacity with startup companies and innovators? I even saw a number of Vegas Startup companies at the evening event that couldn’t afford to attend the full SXSW V2V and didn’t realize they could volunteer.

Much credit goes to Christine Auten and Hugh Forrest, organizers of SXSW, for reaching out to the Vegas community over a year ago to make sure that the community was well represented and integrated into the event. Hopefully we’ve been able to support their efforts as much as they’ve worked to support our community.

Of course, there’s still a day and a half left of SXSW V2V, but I can already say that it’s been a huge success for Las Vegas. I don’t think that Vegas itself could have planned a better showcase event for what’s happening in the Las Vegas tech community.

I look forward to many more years of growth together with SXSW V2V.

August 13, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

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