Facts about me:

I am a serial entrepreneur living in Baltimore, MD USA.

I am the former President & CEO of Blue Sky Factory, Inc, (acquired by WhatCounts 7/2011).

I am into technology, business, media, marketing and music.

I am an active angel investor.

I am a proud husband and Father. My girls rock.

I am a frequent traveler.


I received my B.A degree in English from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in 1996.


I am a board member & co-vice chairman of the Greater Baltimore Technology Council.

I am a board member of the WhatCounts.

I am a board member of the B&O Railroad Museum.

I am a board member of UMBC Training Centers.

I am a board member of Krossover Intelligence.


I have been authoring this blog, The Trend Junkie, since 2003.

I am the co-author of the book, “The Business Podcasting Book”


I speak often at events all over the place. You can find more about this right here.


For the record, I must say that the opinions expressed in this blog are mine, and mine alone, and not those of my company or any company or organization I am affiliated with.

Feel free to drop me a line at gcangialosi [at] gmail [dot] com.

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Greg Cangialosi March 14, 2009 at 9:59 pm

I thought it interesting that we have the same not-so- common name


Nicolas Gallego September 29, 2011 at 12:20 pm


I was wondering if you took paid guest posts on The Trend Junkie? Not a traditional "guest post" but one you'd be compensated for and have complete editorial control over.

I'm part of a business that does high-end brand placements worked into guest posts on a variety of subjects. Our posts don't advocate or review our clients, they are informational and/or newsy. We include a reference link to our clients amongst other topical links inside the content. We'd provide the article, written by a domain expert, and pay you a bit of money for you to review and post it upon your approval.

(If you don't take guest posts, we also have arrangements where we discuss your upcoming post and find one in which a link makes sense and pay you to include it.)

Is that something that you would be interested in and if so, how much would you want us to pay?


Nicolas Gallego

P.S. If you manage any other blogs that are open to sponsored articles I’d be interested in checking them out.


Adam Black December 5, 2011 at 4:15 pm

I'm very interested in connecting with folks who wish to support development of entrepreneurism and technology in Baltimore,
even more so folks like yourself with a social and sustainable mind set.

Keywifi has some connections in the Baltimore blogosphere and believe Baltimore is an example of an ideal
location for deploying and testing what keywifi can do for communities. Specifically get more folks on line for less.
We note that institutions like Johns Hopkins are full of well meaning professionals in close proximity to many under served communities which for us is an ideal combination.

Take a look at what were doing and hope to connect soon:

KeyWifi TEDx presentation-
Connecting The Collective Mind http://bit.ly/jlSoQF