The Law Office of Chris Clark Partners with 1 Million Cups

The Law Office of Chris Clark is pleased to announce its partnership with the Charlotte chapter of 1 Million Cups. 1 Million Cups is a free, national program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs. Developed by the Kauffman Foundation, 1MC is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee. Chris Clark will be joining a group of hard-working ... Read More

The Law Office of Chris Clark, PLLC Official Launch Event Is a Success

The Law Office of Chris Clark, PLLC held its official launch event on Thursday, November 4th in Uptown Charlotte. Thank you to everyone who came out and made the event a success! Check out some pictures from the event below: Click to enlarge:   ... Read More

Unilever Wants Your Ideas

Unilever recently opened a new platform to help them grow their business using open innovation.  The new Open Innovation portal is designed to find the latest and greatest technologies from around the world. Unilever plans to use submissions to its portal to improve upon existing concepts, as well as discover new ideas and ways of working with innovation partners. The company has expressed its commitment to ... Read More

Abandoned Buggies – Help is on the Way!

Recently Singapore’s Municipal Services Office (MSO) unveiled its plans for a new app and web portal in an effort to improve government services. Minister of Culture, Community, and Youth, Ms. Grace Fu, is in charge of the project and believes it will greatly improve municipal services using the power of crowd-sourcing. The goal is for users to provide information and feedback to the MSO using the new platform, which ... Read More

Uncle Sam Wants YOU

The Pentagon’s Strategic Capabilities Office has advised that it has plans to seek out new and improved innovations from industry professionals in the field of weaponry. The Pentagon’s goal is to put its existing weapons to work in new and useful ways. This is all in an effort to keep one step ahead of other heavy-hitters such as Russia and China.  This is the first time the Pentagon has reached out for help in this ... Read More

Become a Space Archaeologist!

Dr. Sarah H. Parcak, American archeologist and Egyptologist, was recently awarded the 2016 Ted Prize for her pioneering work in “space archeology,” a concept involving the use of satellite imaging, taken from over 400 miles above Earth, to uncover ancient sites which have gone undiscovered for millennia. An important function of space archeology is to expose and monitor looting of historic locations. Part of the ... Read More

CrowdFlower Completes One-Billionth Crowd Judgment

According to their own press release, CrowdFlower recently announced the completion of the one-billionth "crowd judgment" on its platform.  CrowdFlower refers to itself as the "leader in crowd microtasking". What exactly are crowd judgments and crowd microtasking?  Using CrowdFlower's platform, a crowd contributor can "judge" a variety of "microtasks".  In practice, this takes the form of determining whether a ... Read More

GiGSE – The Rest Of It

Turns out my GiGSE was far busier than I expected and I didn't have time to properly document the second and third day. The key points I took away from it were (1) legalization is coming to the US, and soon; and (2) Europe is moving more and more toward a framework of country by country regulation. In my view, point number 1 is good in that it is a long overdue step in the right direction, however I am not ... Read More

GiGSE Day One – Morning Session

The morning panels at GiGSE on day one focused on US State and Federal regulation on online gaming.  There were a variety of views put forth, however the various panelists and experts were unanimous on one thing: the question of legalizing online gaming in the US is one of when and how, but not if. The venue, The Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, is a fantastic venue.  My only criticism so far is that they only ... Read More