In the afternoon of January 17, 2010, the Powers family came home from church to a sight nobody would ever want to see: their house in flames. Because the head of the family, Shawn Powers, was the Associate Editor of the Linux Journal at that time, the team behind the
Reality Check 101: Crowdfunding is a $16 billion industry now, and it is just beginning to take shape. But while crowdfunding money can give that extra push you initially need to launch your idea and make it a reality, it’s your pre-crowdfunding marketing that can make or break your campaign.
IT is becoming increasingly apparent to all, especially among scientists, investors, and entrepreneurs that machines will soon become smarter than humans. In a recent event held in Berlin, Germany, artificial intelligence (AI) experts discussed the “Rise of AI” in front of an audience of 160 people. Among the things addressed
A major strength of using crowdfunding as your main source of fundraising is the capability of leveraging social media so as to generate extensive support for your project. Even though most pre-crowdfunding campaigns start with the people closest to the project’s creator, social media remains the best strategy for reaching
Clyde Stubblefield is a funk drumming legend whose sampled beats, from his creative recordings with James Brown, have been used for decades by rappers and hip-hop groups, giving shape to the sound of drum & bass and hip hop music. Born in 1943, Clyde suffered kidney failure in July 2009