In a Cambridge, Mass. building, under the glow of LED lights, Caleb Harper is working to literally plant the seeds for a movement that could change the way we eat and live. Harper, the founder of the CityFarm re group at the MIT Media Lab, wants ... Noodls, 1 week ago
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These days, Apple's computers — whether they're designed to sit on a desk, rest on your lap, slip into your pocket or be strapped to your wrist — are for the most part sealed boxes. Even if you can crack the cases to get to the chips and circuit ...Computerworld Singapore, 1 month ago
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Steve Wozniak shares his stream of consciousness style of thoughts about everything from self-driving cars, artificial intelligence, IoT, the Apple Watch and virtual reality. Steve Wozniak talks to John Dixon, Freescale's director of corporate ...Tech Republic, 6 days ago
The Internet has obviously had a huge impact on society to the point where it's hard to remember what life was like before it was around. But here's a thought: we're in for an even bigger transformation. It's called the Internet of Things, and ...Ulitzer, 1 week ago
Nuzzel / Jonathan Abrams Jonathan Abrams, founder and CEO of Nuzzel. A few days ago, the Silicon Valley investor Chris Sacca was talking on Periscope about Nuzzel , the newsgathering app. He said Twitter should just go ahead and buy Nuzzel ...Business Insider, 1 week ago Is Nuzzel The Answer To Twitter's Prayers? Media Post, 1 week ago We talked to the CEO that everyone thinks is the man who can save Twitter Business Insider, 1 week ago
American ingenuity has always powered this country and fueled economic growth. Makers, builders, and tinkerers of all stripes have connected far corners of the nation, lit up the night sky, and never wavered in creating solutions to address the ...The White House, 2 weeks ago Making Tomorrows Manufacturing Economy Today A mistake happened. The Whitened House (blog) NewsListOnline, 2 weeks ago
Someone stole $90 million from a company I was involved in. Im a poor judge of people. The company collapsed. Some things I can't learn. I tend to like people too much. So it's hard for me to be a good judge of people, no matter how much I try. So I ...Lifehacker Australia, 2 weeks ago
A few years ago, George Church was peer-reviewing a paper for the journal Science when he got an idea. The paper's authors had encoded their names and a string of famous quotes into a bacterial genome to demonstrate the power and possibility of ...Popular Science, 1 month ago
What's one part country fair, one part art festival, a side of Burning Man and an educational, geek-filled fun-fest? Maker Faire, of course. We went to the Bay Area Maker Faire this past weekend, and overdosed on creative, inspiring DiY technology.Gizmodo, 1 month ago
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