At 16, Juliette Brindak unintentionally became an entrepreneur. Inspired to create an online space for girls, Brindak developed Miss O & Friends, a multi-faceted social networking community for tweens and teens.
Let's be clear: an address is not a "nice-to-have". Without it, you will struggle to get a passport, stake a property claim, become an active consumer, take out a low-interest credit, or run a business.
I took this picture with my iPhone in 2012 after attending the first Startup Iceland conference. As you can tell, Iceland is stunning. It must be beautiful if that picture is the result of quickly whipping out my phone on a hike.
The story of the West over the past 700 years is one of the increasing distribution of power. As we have moved from an agricultural to industrial to knowledge economy, the individual has gotten more and more powerful.
When I was 11 I loved designing web pages and playing Sim City. Adults in my life didn’t recognize these skills as valuable, so neither did I. Actually, I began to feel guilty for using my computer so much. In high school I stopped making web pages altogether to focus on sports. It wasn’t until c
Chris Church wanted a factory where you could simply request the resources you needed through the Web. So he started one.
What Church really wanted was for manufacturing to work more like cloud computing, where you can simply request the resources you need through the web. He wanted to be able to upload his designs to a manufacturer, get a quote automatically, and, when the time comes, order a batch of prototypes with a push of a button, instead of having to spend hours and hours going over spreadsheets with sales reps.
That didn’t exist, so, along with electrical engineer Parker Dillmann, he started a factory called MacroFab that lets hardware designers do just that.
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