I love social media. I’m on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Mobypicture, Reddit, (myspace…), run my own forum, and I’ve registered for more accounts than I can recall. I also think that businesses should be active on social media. It is a great way to hear directly from customers and to communicate with them directly. Your actions are public [...]
Well, the title alone shouldn’t surprise you. I love startups. I love open source, and I really love clocks. So, when I found the ClockOS project on Kickstarter, I had to take a look. It is a clock made out of 180 surface mount LED’s. It may not be as practical as the designers say it is [...]
This is a presentation I created for the Cornell Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital career workgroup. It isn’t exactly a standalone deck but it has links to the major vendors I named. Click on the read more link to view the presentation.
Let’s start with a story. The Four Letter Word machine was invented in 1973 by Raymond Weisling. The device was simple – it used 4x B7971 tubes to display random for letter words. Of course, the draw to a device like this is that occasionally, one of the results would appeal to the prurient interests [...]
Photos from my trip to Watkins Glen State Park just south of late Seneca. From Wikipedia:”Watkins Glen State Park is in a 400-foot-deep (120 m) narrow gorge cut through rock by a stream that was left hanging when glaciers of the Ice age deepened the Seneca valley, increasing the tributary stream gradient to create rapids [...]