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CrowdFunde Accepted Triangle Startup (TSF) Factory Thanks to friends who wrote cards and letters and thanks to the team at Triangle Startup Factory, our Durham, NC based startup incubator, who are willing to take a risk on CrowdFUnde as we smash content marketing and crowdfunding together to see what happens.
Our TSF session starts March 10th and we hope you will join us as we share this great startup adventure.
Twenty huge aluminium petals fold around this 42,000-seat stadium that Populous has completed in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, for the FIFA World Cup 2014.
The arena's design is unique. Its facade and roof are integrated and made up of 20 petal-shaped modules, designed to be higher on one of the stadium's sides, giving the impression that the sand dunes – which are common in the region – are moving. The design also enables more ventilation and light to come into the stadium.
The petal-shaped structures of the roof are made of steel trusses, covered on the outside with aluminium tiles, with thermal and acoustic insulation. Internally, they are coated with a PVC prestressed membrane. The parts are joined by translucent polycarbonate, which allows light to come through.
The Dunas Arena's roof was also designed to capture rainwater. Gutters collect the water and take it to nine tanks below the lower stands. As a result, up to 3,000 cubic meters may be captured and reused in the lavatories and for irrigating the pitch.
After @Hannah Kramershared a great post about Creativity being more important for startup entrepreneurs than passion I wanted to weigh in and share related experience growing up with the right side of the brain being my dominant hemisphere (lol).
I share 5 ideas from the daughter of Gatorade's inventor:
* Creativity Bigger Predictor Than Intelligence. * Creativity Can Be A Hard Row To Hoe. * Creativity & Structure. * Creativity can be learned and taught. * Creativity happens at intersection of disciplines.
Great post hope my hard won experience contributes something helpful.
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