from Seth’s Blog Just as the tech community has realized that coding and marketing can be turned into growth hacking, it may be time to redefine what we seek from graphic designers. Prettiness isn’t the point, and neither is sheer utility. The best designers working online are now using UI, UX and game theory to […]
Do you have an idea FOR THE NEXT BIG THING? You’ve got one week until the Friday Jan. 20 deadline for Pirates Pitch, the SHU Venture Fund Competition to start turning that dream into a reality! You need only complete an Intent to Compete Form and a 2-page summary of your innovative business idea. (If […]
LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT BLAW7310EXP/BMBA9315EXP M | 6:15p to 8:25p | Fall 2011 Professor JH Shannon This course is intended for students who are preparing for or already engaged in careers in business as managers and / or entrepreneurs. We will concentrate on those areas of law most relevant to those individuals and will build […]
BLAW4310AA, ADVANCED TOPICS (Law and Entrepreneurship) MW | 2:30p to 3:45p | Fall 2011 Professor JH Shannon Entrepreneurs are innovators who see opportunities and take advantage of them. They face a variety of financial, managerial, and legal challenges. The legal challenges can both help and hinder an entrepreneur’s success. This course will provide a foundation […]
ShannonWeb has been offline since Saturday, March 5th. This was caused by one of the more unfortunate realities of the digital world. Some hackers decided to overwhelm my servers by attacking my wiki. The resulting demands on bandwidth forced my server host to suspend access to my sites until the cause of the problem was […]
The staff at the Yale Journal of International Affairs is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our Spring/Summer 2011 issue, to be published in August. Submissions Deadline: March 18, 2011 Upcoming Issue: Spotlight on Resources From China’s leverage of rare earth minerals and alarming “land grabs” in Africa, to the exploration and development […]
We will be joined this semester by Professor O’Sullivan-Gavin’s students from Rider University. They will be commenting on blog posts at ShannonWeb while participating in a blogging assignment for her classes. We are looking forward to the robust conversations that will evolve this semester. Welcome Broncs!
BLAW4310NA, ADVANCED TOPICS (Law and Entrepreneurship) MW | 2:30p to 3:45p | Spring 2011 Professor JH Shannon Entrepreneurs are innovators who see opportunities and take advantage of them. They face a variety of financial, managerial, and legal challenges. The legal challenges can both help and hinder an entrepreneur’s success. This course will provide a foundation […]
from TED Democracy thrives on civil debate, Michael Sandel says — but we’re shamefully out of practice. He leads a fun refresher, with TEDsters sparring over a recent Supreme Court case (PGA Tour, Inc. v. Martin) whose outcome reveals the critical ingredient in justice. More here.
from NYTs When one of the most important e-mail messages of his life landed in his in-box a few years ago, Kord Campbell overlooked it. Not just for a day or two, but 12 days. He finally saw it while sifting through old messages: a big company wanted to buy his Internet start-up. “I stood […]