The Impact on SaaS as we Stay at Home

PaulAdvocacy, Education, Innovation8 Comments

Second only to our being asked how best to livestream or host a virtual conference (let us know if we can help you there), is the question everyone is asking in startup and venture capital circles, “Which sectors are stronger or more attractive to investors, because of coronavirus and the economy?” Healthcare and MedTech are the obvious sectors on which … Read More

Intelligent Photographs

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Computer science today is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in media; and more tangible than the excitement for blockchain, AR, or monitization is the simple fact that the internet continues enabling data in ways never before possible. I caught on a flight to Naples, Florida, an article (in print) about a Civil War era enthusiast who happens to work … Read More

Spotlight: Randall P. Dark

PaulEngagement, Opportunity2 Comments

If you’re old enough to have used a cassette tape, I’d be surprised if that photo isn’t imprinted on the back of your brain as it was one of the iconic images of the 1980’s.  That anonymous man in the chair, who he was and what we were experiencing in that poster – music, speakers, print, early MusicTech – in … Read More

Video Didn’t Kill the Radio Star, It Just Gave It a New Platform

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Every startup has a plethora of obstacles standing between itself and funding. Competition is high, and getting noticed is a big hurdle to jump. Recently, we got together to discuss video and how it relates to startups. We brought together a panel of video production professionals to discuss how startups can utilize video, from where they can bring them the … Read More