The OODA loop was created as part of a military strategy developed by USAF Colonel John Boyd. Col. Boyd proposed that agility in any military situation involving humans would defeat raw power if the fighters continually used the OODA loop. We can do … Keep reading >>>
Great fun session of Pitch Practice today after Bell Street Burritos delivered a great Startup Chowdown. We had a wide variety of pitches today, and also reiterated many of the 21 lessons that we have learned from Pitch Practice over the last 2 years. Here’s who pitched.
Earlier today, Allen Nance tweeted his “new strategy” for engaging in social media:
New Strategy: @LinkedIN if I know you, @twitter if you can teach me something, @facebook don’t know, @instagram for surfing pictures.
— Allen Nance (@AllenNance) May 26, 2015
I replied to Allen, “you left out #blog… Keep reading >>>
I detest the selfie. Cameras have been around a long time, but not until everyone had a camera in their phone did the world turn the camera around and say “look at me!” and take thousands of pictures of themselves. I even created a Twitter account for @noselfiesplease and a Facebook … Keep reading >>>
David Cummings posted another insightful article last night on Zombie Startups, which he defines as “startups that have enough revenue to stay in business but not enough growth or scale to raise more money or be attractive to an acquirer.” In the SaaS world, these startups are indeed zombies, because … Keep reading >>>
Small crowd today as people booted out early for the Memorial Day weekend. Shout out to the folks at Atlanta Tech Village for honoring those who serve or have served in the military. Well done.
Here’s who pitched today, and, because there were only two, we spent a lot of … Keep reading >>>