Daniel James Scott is co-founder of Alorum and the Entrepreneurship Program at USF St. Petersburg, associate editor for the Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, and co-author of the forthcoming book “Worth The Squeeze: How Visionaries, Game Changers & Challengers Take the Market.” Daniel’s past projects have been featured by such publications as the American City Business Journals, Entrepreneur Magazine, TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Honors for his work include Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year, Tampa Bay Technology Forum Technology Leader of the Year, and the US Small Business Administration State of Florida Business Advocate of the Year.
Into the Woods “If you know what you want, you go and you find it and you get it.”. On Christmas Day, Walt Disney Pictures releases Into the Woods, the sixth major motion picture adaptation from Stephen Sondheim’s expansive body of work. Director Rob Marshall will helm, following his success with Pirates of the Caribbean: […]
When we, as content creators and consumers, first engaged with the internet, we did so through platforms. We chatted with Usenet, we built websites using GeoCities, and we distributed electronic mail through Yahoo! Groups. This technology, as primitive as it was in retrospect, allowed us to communicate in a way we never could before. And […]