By Singularity University adjunct faculty Mark Hatch, who is CEO and Co-Founder of TechShop and author of the Maker Movement Manifesto: Rules for Inn...
Millennials are entering the workforce with more experience than any previous generation, yet they display a confidence that sometimes is mistaken for a feeling of entitlement.
The priceless touch from fingertips belonging to my beloved's hands... Witnessing the result of the manipulation of molten precious metal into handcra...
I am embarrassed to admit I was raised by a woman who prayed to the god of plastic covers. My mom fancied, for some reason, believed that unless every cushion didn't crackle and stick to your thighs when you sat on it, it just wasn't luxe.
Etsy. You know it. You love it. You have five wooden feather necklaces to prove it. But aside from all the home-brewed soaps and ethically sourced knit arm warmers, did you know that Etsy is also a great place to find inexpensive knock-offs of high-design home goods?
I like to think of my work as making technology more human. This is why I became interested in Etsy. Etsy helps work be more human -- you can stay at home and work alongside your kids -- and it makes commerce more personal.
"I was always drawing objects like my sneakers," Bill says. "The act let me be in my own little world, and it took me away from the normal world. Drawing gave me the feeling of butterflies in my stomach."
Randi Zuckerberg talks about expressing herself through fashion, her celebrity fashion role models (Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Hudson make the list), and her favorite designers.
In describing how we can "build influence in a world of competing ideas," Butman suggests that we look for "iconic moments," even from childhood, where an insight grabbed hold of you and persists in your thoughts.
The topic of fast fashion always raises an interesting debate, with many a question posed over the ethical, financial and moral aspects of where mater...
The power of making lies not in what is made but rather in the making itself. When we value process over product, we create an environment that fosters creative thinking and learning.
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.