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B. Scott Burkett's Pothole on the Infobahn

Blogging, opining, ruminating, and pontificating on the Atlanta business scene, technology, online communities, business networking, IT Management, entrepreneurship, venture capital, leadership, online social networking, and other things that melt in the

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Copyright: (C)opyright 2006, Scott Burkett

SiteCommander Module for Drupal

Wed, 10 Aug 2016 19:22:48 +0000

SiteCommander is a module for Drupal 8 which provides an interactive dashboard and set of management tools for site administrators. It really is an amazingly useful tool. If you are a Drupal site administrator, we welcome you to download it and check it out!

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Tue, 12 Jul 2016 09:41:01 +0000

Today we launched a really killer internal program called Open-Source@Work. That press release pretty much lays it out like it is. Yeah, we take open-source software pretty seriously at Incursus! We already have several projects underway, including a couple that I’m personally pretty excited about. You can see the current list of these projects here. …

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And Now For Something Completely Different!

Sun, 10 Jul 2016 00:26:48 +0000

Well, after three amazing years as the Chief Technology Officer at Apto Solutions, I find myself with the startup bug again. It was bound to happen again, right? :) Over the past three years I've had the privilege of working with some amazing folks at Apto, and we collectively accomplished a great number of things. Now, I am gently transitioning out of my day-to-day role there, and I've started something new - something a little "different". I hope you will agree!

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The Legend Lives!

Mon, 30 Sep 2013 15:21:35 +0000

Old startups, even fake ones, never die … they just fade away.  Woot! Cheers.

The Soldier (Unplugged) – A Tribute

Fri, 14 Jun 2013 23:51:15 +0000

Enjoy this video tribute to our brave men and women in uniform around the world.  Please share the Youtube link so we can help raise more awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project, a noble cause if there ever was one.  This is a great re-use of our 2003 semi-unplugged version of The Soldier, one of …

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Collaborating on Black ICE

Tue, 21 May 2013 19:26:59 +0000

I am an avid video gamer, and love games of all types.  I do have a particular interest in historical war and strategy games, though.  And in my view, there are few finer than Paradox Interactive’s 2009 release of Hearts of Iron III for the PC.  An instant classic in my view. I won’t go …

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Startup Lessons from CCP – EVE Online Style

Wed, 12 Dec 2012 00:35:32 +0000

About five or six years ago, when I was running PlayMotion, the good folks at IBM hosted a really cool dinner for a handful of gaming-industry CEOs here in Atlanta.  It was a fairly intimate evening, with about 6 or 7 of us.   What wasn’t to like?  A swanky free meal, and a chance to …

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Failplans Stop Here – Part 5: Elevator Pitch

Wed, 05 Sep 2012 02:23:12 +0000

In the last installment, we covered deal tags. Now, moving up a level, we’re going to visit our old friend, the elevator pitch. Ah yes, the proverbial elevator pitch. Despite the name, elevator pitches are generally not delivered in an elevator. Frankly, let’s be honest here. It would be pretty damned weird to be on an elevator with someone and have them just start randomly pitching you on their deal.

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Failplans Stop Here – Part 4: Deal Tags

Sat, 01 Sep 2012 15:18:04 +0000

This is Part 4 of the “Failplans Stop Here” series. or are something I created a few years back.  The thought behind it is quite simple: apply the principles of content tagging to a business plan, pitch, etc. I’ve always appreciated those situations in which a really strong marketing tagline on the cover of a …

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Failplans Stop Here – Part 3: The Top, er, Bottom, of the Pyramid

Thu, 30 Aug 2012 13:12:39 +0000

This is Part 3 of the “Failplans Stop Here” series. So now that you’ve suffered through my ramblings about how most business plans suck, and we’ve introduced the fictitious company we’ll be working with in our exercise, it’s time to begin digging into the process of creating our doc set. I hereby name this methodology …

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