"You could put 10 MIT engineers in a room, give them a year, and they wouldn't beat this," says Alan Kaufman, an entrepreneur based in Newton, Massachusetts. The "this" he's talking about is his hands-free,
Entrepreneurs are boundary pushers. Sometimes, in the opinion of government officials, they are lawbreakers. But they are probably doing what they've always done--going back to their childhoods. "It turns
As entrepreneurs, we need to give presentations regularly. We give sales presentations to potential clients. We deliver pitches to prospects. Imagine you have to deliver a presentation tomorrow. There's
A quarter of a million people read this article about finding success. Hundreds of thousands of others read this one--and this one, too. It's admirable how much we're all seeking to improve ourselves.
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This week, the New York Times “revealed” that work-life for employees at Amazon is not one full of rainbows and unicorns. The article claimed that the organizational culture is so tough that employees
It's amazing to see how many average or low-quality products get attention. Things like the Snuggie, Pet Rock, and Rebecca Black's song "Friday" are great examples. And when we look at why this is, at
Just over a year ago our team made a last minute pivot from a prior venture onto a new idea -- an anonymous matchmaking platform for passive job seekers -- those already employed but open to exploring
Laurel, Maryland (CNN) — NASA has re-established contact with its New Horizons spacecraft after a planned communications blackout as the probe completes humankind's first flyby of Pluto. Mission managers
I am continuously fascinated by what comes out of people's mouths in the workplace. Many don’t realize that the smallest of sentences can be a real tell about what is going on inside their brains. Some
Even the smartest people can be fools. David Robson explains how to avoid the most common traps of sloppy thinking. If you ever doubt the idea that the very clever can also be very silly, just remember
I tried teaching myself some chords on the guitar, but it turns out that you need big, strong hands to press down on the strings hard enough to make music. My hands are neither big, nor are they strong.
As tech journalists, our job is to decipher the lingo that startup entrepreneurs love to throw around at events like SXSW. In an effort to help entrepreneurs craft a more compelling pitch, I’ve compiled
This post originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Hunter Walk here. If you’re graduating this spring and starting a career in tech, I’ve got one piece of advice: go work at a midstage startup define