Welcome to the Maker Movement, an evolution of millions of people who are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to creating and selling self-made products.
During a random afternoon of Pinterest surfing, I came across the website of a personal style blogger who sported a beautiful, pale pink, cushion-cut engagement ring in her photos--I was smitten.
On Tuesday I joined Mayor Bloomberg and the New York Tech Meetup to unveil We Are Made in NY, a program that celebrates over 900 locally based startups, and helps people find a job, learn to code, or launch a new tech company -- all with the full support of New York City government.
Walla's baked goods were an immediate hit. People told her the cookies tasted just like grandma's, but Walla was also putting a modern spin on things.
Etsy is transforming the boy's club of tech It's no secret that the male-female ratio in tech is about as skewed as a Star Trek convention. Accordin...
The shopping method I discovered that changed my life.
Most of us in New York City were not able to celebrate Halloween (though I know of a few who ventured out in the darkness). But for those of us who are still feeling ghoulish, here is a roundup of accessories to commemorate the event.
When we all said goodbye to the '80s and '90s and bid our Laura Ashley clothes adieu, Christy was just saying hello to them
It used to be that the term "do it yourself" (DIY) really only applied to home improvement tasks, when Dads would be out repairing the chimney or painting the garage. Now the DIY trend has emerged everywhere, from decorating to fashion to weddings.
Here are my top five picks for accessories that will help refresh your closet for fall without breaking the bank.
You thought you were finished with back-to-school shopping, but now that classroom doors have opened, perhaps you've discovered you've missed a few things. Here's where to get them!
Though last week's pair of art world missed connections were conspicuously free of encounters at gallery openings, just such items dominate this week'...
Are you a gracious and accommodating Airbnb host? Chances are you are an affable person who is trustworthy. The problem is that these interactions are currently "siloed" in the domain within which they take place.
Thanks to an explosion of creative tools like Final Cut and GarageBand, and public forums like Pinterest and Instagram, we're defining ourselves increasingly by our own output. Sadly, even the best tools do not an artist make.
How do we explain the difference between these commonly accepted social and legal norms regarding the decent treatment of remains, and legal permissiveness toward the seemingly cavalier commercial treatment of certain remains?