Month: November 2014

Twitter is tracking the apps on your phone

Just as an FYI, in case you didn't already know [...]

Meet Plague: An app plumbing the depths of viral networking

This sounds SO COOL. The collision of science, art and technology. "In such an off-grid network, there’s no easy means of blocking individual users or [...]

3 lessons from a winning media company that takes no advertising

Love America's Test Kitchen. Love public TV. As former publishers, we also find this idea really interesting: "I don't think it's a question of print being [...]

Airlines, Customers and Data

"Part of the problem is that airlines have too long thought in terms of cost and revenue per seat, rather than per customer." A change in this thinking and [...]

It’s Time For Apple To Open Up

We are big, big fans of collaboration. So of course, it caught our eye in this article as a necessity for keeping data [...]

Feet-On With Boosted Boards’ New Faster And Cheaper Electric Skateboards

!!!!!!!! This looks SO cool. Love this video, love this skateboard idea. Our inner 11-year-olds are doing backflips of glee. *file under: tax return, lottery [...]

Why Corporate Skunk Works Need to Die

This is a really interesting read on the necessity of today's companies that must marry continuous disruption and continuous innovation in order to grow and [...]

HTML for Babies

This is so cool, the kind of thing where you can't believe you didn't think of it [...]

Survey says only 65 percent of broadband households have Wi-Fi

This is really interesting. It seems like wi-fi is in so many public places and in so many homes, this statistic it surprising. It's too bad this article [...]

NYC to Host World Cup for Problem-Solving Startups This Month

“We’re not looking for the next Angry Birds or Yo,” Ms. Harris said. “We’re looking for the next solution to traffic gridlock, a pathbreaking health [...]