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Thank you, John Melonakos

Being a tech entrepreneur is great.  It’s challenging, fun, fast-paced, stressful…at this point in my life (obviously subject to change, never say never, etc.) I can’t see myself doing anything else. However, sometimes it sucks.


Surrounded by tons of cheer leading and brimming positive energy and all that crap that

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Atlanta Startup Village #13 Recap

Great BIG crowd and excellent presentations last night at #ASV13. Nuvizz sponsored the Fu ManBrew keg. Here’s a recap.

  • Uruut – Mark Feinberg delivered a superb explanation of how Uruut has brought together corporate branding & marketing with 501(c)(3) online giving.  They have traction and dozens of calls with major
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Two great examples of crowd sourcing


Yes, you could do it all by yourself, but it would take years. Imagine how long it would take – even using Google – to create the first English language dictionary today. Now imagine how long it actually took. Again, yes, you could do it all yourself, but that … Keep reading >>>

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The Village People

Thought that title might get some attention, and it’s somewhat accurate. I’m talking about the people at the Atlanta Tech Village, who continues to try and remove “ATV” from the vernacular of its constituency and insert “The Village” or “Tech Village” and “Villagers” instead. So, since we’re “people at … Keep reading >>>

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Pop the bubble

First of all, if you’re a tech entrepreneur, and your not reading Mark Suster, you’re doing it wrong. Subscribe to his blog, follow him on Twitter, and generally seek ye knowledge from him.

Now to my point: pop the bubble. If you’re a tech entrepreneur, and you think … Keep reading >>>