Mr. Hutson was released in March 2012 from a halfway house in Tampa, Fla., where he had been working on the first version of his company, then called Fotopigeon. He got help refining the idea at NewME, an accelerator based in San Francisco that works with entrepreneurs in demographics that are underrepresented in the tech community. "He really is a natural-born entrepreneur," said Angela Benton, who founded NewME two years ago. "At first, he wasn't sure how much to share about his background."
At one point, when he was trying to persuade the chief executive of a large photo-fulfillment...
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