Steve Spalding, Electrical Engineer, Editor of the critically acclaimed technology/creativity How To Split An Atom, author of All The Little Things and all around digital hermit. He loves stories, telling them and helping creative people tell better ones. He has experience on all sides of the entrepreneurial totem, having been involved in building products, consulting with creatives and listening to hosts of successful entrepreneurs tell their own stories. His work has been cited by numerous sources including the LA Times and Geoff Livingstone’s marketing and new media book, Now Is Gone. He loves nothing more than being given the chance to talk about all this stuff.
Quang Tran is an entrepreneur and the visionary behind CampusSphere, a service for college students and new graduates to take control of their online identity. Quang holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Florida.
Nathan Thompson, self-proclaimed “regular guy” and fan of the Internet, is a classically trained spin doctor, with a B.S. in Public Relations and Entrepreneurship from the University of Florida. As Director of Online Sales for venture-backed Internet music startup Grooveshark.com, Nathan lived the quintessential Web 2.0 lifestyle, living in his office (literally), traveling to dozens of Web conferences and spreading the joys of company-funded business development to all who would listen. Nathan now embraces his own inner entrepreneur as managing partner for Web consulting company Crossing Gaps LLC, where he helps others take their ideas and businesses to the global audience we refer to as the Web. Like all good Web marketers, he asks that you look out for his book as soon as he gets around to writing one.