The official description of this panel from the Venture Atlanta web site is as follows: This panel brings together world class experts on cyber security from four distinct perspectives: Military, Political, Entrepreneurial, and Investment. We’ll cover both concerns and opportunities in the security industry that the technology-oriented audience can put … Keep reading >>>
Venture Atlanta really is that big a deal. My first time attending the conference has been eye-opening, entertaining, and refreshing to see early stage companies making, you know, money and stuff. The InfoSec panel at lunch was fascinating, but that’s a whole other post that will, as Johnson Cook so … Keep reading >>>
For longer than I can remember, I have railed upon the giant cable TV machine that we, as consumers, should be able to pick and choose the channels/programming that we want, rather than have to suffer the presence of MTV and Cinemax just to get local channels, ESPN, and a … Keep reading >>>
I’ve been around the block a few times in both leadership and service positions, paid and volunteer, and the other kind of unpaid volunteer job that lasts a lifetime (being a Dad). I’ve come to understand something about me, and about most other people I’ve worked with or spent time … Keep reading >>>
Did you know there’s a UAV startup in Atlanta? At The Sandbox Crew’s bring your own drone night earlier this week, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the principals of a new UAV development company here in Atlanta. We discussed their market space at length, and then he … Keep reading >>>
If you’re not at Pitch Practice, you’re missing out. The 15 people at today’s session were thoroughly engaged, and we heard some fantastic pitches.
- iPet Communities – A social network for pet lovers. Many people don’t want to reveal their identities, but everyone will reveal their pet’s identity to