Updated and re-posted, 01/27/2021 …”Entrepreneurs, for the most part, want to help other entrepreneurs. They are smart and think like you. What better way to challenge your thinking than to have another smart person think about your ideas with you?” In Kyle Garman’s brilliant book, The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Preparing Our Next Generation For The Future… Read More Sharing Ideas And the Entrepreneurial Mindset
Precision medicine, a recently developed technique to diagnose, treat, prevent, and cure diseases, considers the individual’s unique genetic, lifestyle, and environmental factors when designing therapeutic interventions. This new development promises a lot of benefits to both patients and healthcare practitioners. However, it also brings to the fore various challenges in healthcare practice and some new… Read More Precision Medicine as the Future of Medicine: Benefits and Challenges
The year is 1999. For the sake of creativity, aerial coverage is needed in the making of a film. The crew and the cast are all set. The cameraman, ready with his tools, boards the helicopter and signals the pilot when ready. Upon signaling, the pilot takes off and they carefully hover around the scene… Read More The Future of Work
How do we encourage more females to become industrial designers? Re-posted from GOOD Design, by Alissa Walker, Aug 2010 When I catch wind of a design conference my fingers go scurrying across the keyboard towards the URL. But I don’t go clicking on the glamorous location (usually a hotel ballroom) or the glitzy parties (usually… Read More Women in Industrial Design: Where my ladies at?
Reposted from TechCrunch. What we have here is a machine that automatically turns office paper into toilet paper. It’s called White Goat (seriously) and is made by a Japanese company called Oriental [JP]. The way it works is simple: You just feed the machine with about 40 sheets of office (or whatever) paper, wait for 30… Read More White Goat turns office paper into toilet paper