Contributor : Sarah J. Robbins
In his business fable Formula X, Jurriaan Kamer gives a framework for navigating uncertainty from the world of elite racing.
Mwasi Wilmore brought 4G LTE to Tanzania. Her next project? Reinventing the farming supply chain so smallholders can compete better and pull themselves out of poverty.
What happens when you design a bitcoin product for someone other than a finance bro? Deana Burke made it her mission to find out.
“What do you want to get out of it? Fame, notoriety, fun?” The questions big-wave surfers ask themselves when calculating risk apply to kooks, too.
The Radical x Change movement asks: What if we spent votes like we spend money?
Pioneers in brain science are already merging mind and machine. The creators of a new documentary ask: How should we feel about that?
DADA is pushing for a new definition of art, without the popularity contests and pay structures.
For Huckletree founder Gabriela Hersham, coworking is more than a savvy property move. It’s a chance to reimagine the UK startup world, with inclusion as an organizing principle.
Nicolas Colin pulls some very old threads to create a new kind of density.
Carlota Perez has dedicated her life to studying waves. She also must ride them. During her career mapping the rise and fall of innovation and its impact on the world economy, her theories have been tested, and so, too, has she.
As we move away from hierarchies toward networks, and out of the office into the cloud, education remains, by and large, pretty old school: A series of requirements to fulfill, tests to pass, and “rights” and “wrongs,” from K through 12 and far beyond.
A mid-century example of viral marketing, Paint by Numbers was also an accidental object lesson in creativity and ownership.