Welcome to Tuesday.

Where did February go? Time surely flies when you’re constantly keeping an eye on the President’s nonstop executive orders, tracking top trends, and learning new skills to produce quality work. I think it’s safe to say, we’re in for a treat throughout the rest of 2017.

January and February were a bit distracting with all of the major headlines. March will be just as busy. Stay on task. Here are my seven app recommendations to silence your procrastination and improve your productivity.

Tap into your excellence today.
Tyler

 

P.S. Next week we launch #BLKTECHCLT. Will you be there? Bring a friend. Reserve your spot today. Click here for tickets.

 

 

This Digital Museum Highlights the Forgotten History Of Black Ballet

MoBBallet includes an interactive timeline tracing significant events in the history of black ballet starting at 1919.
TARYN FINLEY | HUFFINGTON POST

 

FAMU to Launch First African-American News Network

FAMU’s journalism school will soon be home to a new 24-hour news network based in Tallahassee, promising a new perspective.
JULIE MONTANARO | WCTV

 

Utilizing Tech and Social Media to Expand the Reach of Black Authors

We Read Too is designed as a discovery platform for children and young adult fiction readers, who can search for a specific title or receive suggestions for books.

 

JESSICA LIPSKY | SALON

 

From Air Jordan Designer to Scouting Tech Talent in Inner Cities

Jason Mayden holds a position in Silicon Valley at venture capitalist firm Accel Partners where he scouts young innovators in inner cities to infuse great ideas and diversity into the design and tech industries.
AMIR ISMAEL | SOLE COLLECTOR

 

 

28 Black Founders and Investors Making an Impact in Tech

In honor of Black History Month, get to know this list of 28 founders and VCs making an impact in the tech industry.
PITCHBOOK

 

 

 

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