When it comes to building brands online there are no group of individuals more successful or sought-after than the artistic entrepreneurs I interviewed for this article.
I present to you the top seven worst Christmas gifts I have ever received, and seven improved options that I totally wish I'd received instead. Please slip this hint list under Santa's door, affixed to a bottle of rum so he doesn't miss it.
The near monopolists are at bat and are swinging for the fences in a bid to kill open Internet rules and dominate the online ecosystem. I see FCC Chairman Wheeler on the mound, trying to decide what to pitch while millions of interested parties fill the stands.
My eyes scanned over page after page of items I would have expected to find in the kiosks of Daytona Beach, not on a website for handmade goods. I sat at my computer with my jaw on the keyboard, wondering what had just happened.
Don't appreciate close contact? No problem. The fanny pack creates a tangible boundary with anyone who likes to "hug it out."
There's something special about having a product created by human hands. It's the feeling that there's something intimately unique about what went into that very product you hold in your hands.
Way back in the day, people used to make a living selling arts and crafts and useful objects they handcrafted. They'd create their products and then meet in the local town square or village market to sell them.
Brands that go beyond participating in the DIY trend to actually shaping it understand that they need to be relevant to multiple areas of people's lives.
People are more empowered now than they've ever been. And they're having their say in ways they've never had before, heard by wider audiences and taken ever more seriously.
With with no sweat-inducing thick straps or excess bulk, and just enough room for your sunnies and wallet, it's easy to see why the clutch is our go-to purse of the season. No longer reserved for special occasions, clutches are everywhere this year.
I remember his brown leather woven shoes -- throwbacks from the '40s -- that he wore in the summer. He collected watches, timepieces, stamps, and rare coins. He renovated Packards. My grandfather loved America. And America loved him.
Welcome to the entrepreneurial playground known as the Brooklyn Tech Triangle. It is Downtown Brooklyn with its share of tech giants and startup stars.
They're made of oilcloth, which makes them completely water and spain-proof, ideal for both your sunscreen and your makeup.
It starts to sound like a lightbulb joke: How many people does it take to get a woman dressed for the Oscars?
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...
I heard you had a smidge of trouble interpreting the 35-page PowerPoint presentation of my wedding table vision that I overnighted to you. Personally, I'm confused by your confusion, but I'm guessing it had something to do with my Louis XIV-meets-great-plains-of-Nebraska table theme?