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The Last Lesson of Josh Greenberg.

Nine days ago on Sunday evening, I received the tragic and shocking news that Josh Greenberg had passed away. To the world, Josh was one of the co-founders of Grooveshark, an incredibly popular startup born and grown here in Gainesville, FL that endured for nearly a decade as the pillar of the Gainesville startup community despite incredibly adversarial conditions. To me, Josh was a friend. There are many who knew him better, both personally and professionally. Yet over the past …

The Why of Fracture: Memories

“A picture is only worth like 4 or 5 words, if no one ever sees it.” – Fracture People (most people) LOVE taking pictures. Maybe with a vintage-style camera from Lomography, maybe with their 41-megapixel Windows Phone, maybe just their iPhone 5, maybe with their iPad (you know, that guy). Or maybe a Canon 1DX, for the professionals. Photography has been on a steady climb for over a decade now. Just 15 to 20 years ago a basic consumer-level point-and-shoot camera …