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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Proclamation

Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789

By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation.

Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for … Keep reading >>>

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How to build a proper fire (or a startup)

For you city folks out there struggling with our “unusually cold” Atlanta weather, today I have two simple lessons. The first is this: put on a coat, gloves, appropriate footwear, a hat, and a scarf. You’ll be fine. In other words, dress appropriately. It really isn’t that cold. Ask anyone … Keep reading >>>

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Pitch Practice Startups

Pitch Practice 11-22-2013

Cross posted from pitchpractice.us

Another superb meetup of entrepreneurs pitching, learning, and networking.  Thanks to all who attended and pitched.  Here’s the pitches.

  • Restaurant Report – a mobile app that shows you the health report score for any restaurant before you get there and eat!
  • VoxelVerse – user generated &
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Becoming an entrepreneur FORCES accountability

There are lots of ways in life to make yourself accountable, such as:

  • Get an accountability partner
  • Keep strict lists
  • Go into politics

OK, I digressed on that last one, but you could insert “do whatever it is you’re that supposed to do in the public eye” so that literally … Keep reading >>>

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Startups

Atlanta Startup Village #14 Recap

Full house, empty keg, great presenters, and some good 30-second volunteer pitches (designated with the * below). SilverPOP bought the beer. Here’s a recap of #ASV14.

  • BlueMenlo – checklists for surgical procedures, reduce physician errors. HIPPAA compliant.  Much better than checklists in paper which is how it’s done today. 
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