Brad and Cliff are the co-founders of WorkforPie. A place where developers can link their profiles to various coding communities and get an aggregate score that will easily allow others to see their knowledge, participation, and reputation in one score.

Work4Pie is a new company that was born from the Seedhatchery‘s first group of companies. So, if you’re a developer you should go sign up over at WorkforPie and see what your score is.

Live from Memphis

Christopher Reyes and Sarah Fleming are the minds behind Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, Live from Memphis is a great resource for creatives looking to connect, collaborate, and create. They create an online magazine, multiple webseries, live events, and various social media engagements.

They work on several projects around the Memphis area such as Which gives Memphians 60 seconds to showcase their talents in front of the camera.

Follow them on Twitter: @LivefromMemphis

Logan the Blacksmith

I met Logan when I went by the National Ornamental Metal Museum in Downtown Memphis. It’s just south of the main stretch of downtown, and is a really cool place. There’s a museum with an amazing collection of metal sculptures inside, and in their courtyard is an ever changing display of larger metal works.

Beyond the courtyard, is the Blacksmith’s shop where I stopped by to see what it’s like. Blacksmiths are kind of a lost art, and to see people bend metal with their hand tools is really amazing. If you have any broken metalwork, the guys at the Metal Museum can fix it.

They’re located right on the river’s edge, so there’s a great view of the river.

Colin Briton

Colin is an antique watch repairman. He’s got a small shop in East Memphis, and will work on any cool watch that you may have laying around from your grandfather’s collection. I stopped by his shop a while back and watched him at work. He does all sorts of watch repairs.

Wil Gatlin

Wil Gatlin is an Audio Engineer/Producer. He was a part of the first phase of This is Memphis, but after getting to know him, I had to see him in action. I swung by the studio and got to watch Wil work at producing some amazing Memphis music.