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DaVaun Sanders is an accomplished freelance writer with a BA in Architecture. He has written and performed spoken word poetry professionally for the last five years. A full fledged writing career has been his goal for quite some time, and he is currently editing his first novel, developing several screenplays, and covering interest stories in the metro Phoenix area. Writing is a source of passion for him and he enjoys sharing his gift with others.

Best of iPhone 2010: from Lifehacker

Best of iPhone 2010: from Lifehacker

The good folks over at Lifehacker drop a great year end post for you iPhone users–detailing the best apps and top posts from the entire year. Head on over for…

A.G. Gaston: Early African American Entrepreneur and Activist

A.G. Gaston: Early African American Entrepreneur and Activist

The recurring breakthroughs in technology and opportunity sometimes make it easy to ignore history. Yet the entrepreneurial spirit that many hustlers now embrace was just as prevalent in past times. …

Study: HBCU Students Stronger in Technology and Math

Study: HBCU Students Stronger in Technology and Math

While the relevancy of Black colleges and universities is often questioned in today’s (supposedly) post-racial era, a new study shows their presence is more important than ever. According to a…

Is Kwanzaa in Danger of Corporate Takeover?

Is Kwanzaa in Danger of Corporate Takeover?

Irene Moore of The Huffington Post takes an important look at the business behind Kwanzaa, the African American holiday that will celebrate  forty-three years in existence this season. Kwanzaa is…

A Look Back at 2010 With MySpace CEO Mike Jones

A Look Back at 2010 With MySpace CEO Mike Jones

Facebook certainly established itself as the premier social networking site on the planet in 2010. The upcoming year will be interesting to watch, as the giant’s competitors examine new ways…

How Do Minorities Use Broadband?

How Do Minorities Use Broadband?

A new study is showing increased broadband usage among minority households. That could signal a lessening of the digital divide, except a significant portion of the new usage is for …

The African Diaspora: Teaching Entrepreneurship

The African Diaspora: Teaching Entrepreneurship

If the US financial crisis has taught us any lessons, one should be how deeply our financial decisions will impact our family and community for years to come. While the…

10 Influential Black Personas of the Decade: Atlanta Post

10 Influential Black Personas of the Decade: Atlanta Post

The Hustletown Chronicle strives to recognize achievement and the hustling spirit in our community. Seeing our people change the world around them only gives us more competitive drive, and we…

Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2011 Growth Conference: January 20, 2011

Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2011 Growth Conference: January 20, 2011

Atlanta area hustlers, take heed! Jump start 2011 with the Growth Conference, brought to you by Entrepreneur Magazine. This free, one day conference promises a legion of speakers and pitching…

Five Financial Resolutions for 2011

Five Financial Resolutions for 2011

New Year’s resolutions may seem contrived, but a fresh calendar makes for a great time to accelerate your hustle to new heights. Check out these five resolutions, recommended by Entrepreneur.com…