Hundreds of entrepreneurs and investors listened intently Friday as Dan Street, founder of a company that attempts to connect people with their neighborhood, showed off his new spin on social connections and technology in the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center’s amphitheater.

Street’s company, Borrowed Sugar, could serve Austin’s 1,200 neighborhoods by posting on a website local events, news articles, restaurant information, deals with area businesses and a forum for communication. Borrowed Sugar can find anything happening online that is relevant to a particular neighborhood, Street said.

“When you move into a new house, you can feel connected to your neighbors and connected to your community,” he said.

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