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I've sat through many prep sessions for pitch competitions. Most of the time I get the impression that this is not only the path to some of the discipline required for success, it is the same path required to be all you can be, which is to be the next Twitter or Facebook. Perhaps that is not a realistic goal around here.
You see, there are real advantages to a rich new business ecosystem. People in Knoxville are working hard to provide that. A big part of the established new…Continue
Here is a tool that Rober Scoble found at the PR Summit: Press Friendly ( http://PressFriendly.com )
Robert Scoble, known as The Scobelizer a few years ago, is the master of tech networking. From Davos to hobbyist clubs in San Francisco, from Facebook to one person startups you never heard of (but will be big news next year), Robert has amazing tech radar that finds out what is happening, who is doing it, and what is worth watching before it becomes the Next Big Thing. People pay big money for newsletters on material like this, but you can benefit from Robert's hard work and talent for…Continue
I would be the last person in the world to say Microsoft is an innovation company. They have squashed a lot of their best ideas, or bought out companies and made them a ho-hum part of the Microsoft Borg. And that goes for Nokia, a has-been major cell phone manufacturer. The new CEO, however, seems to have kicked things into gear. And the product announced today, Microsoft HoloLens, is revolutionary. It puts 3D objects into your field of view, sometimes integrated with physical objects…Continue