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Teaching Kids to Code Will Change The Way We Program

<i>Raj Sidhu is a designer, Web developer, and creator of Code Monkey Island, a board game that introduces kids to programming fundamentals.</i><p>I felt pretty jealous as I walked into the computer room of the elementary school I was visiting. The hulking PCs of my youth – with their giant floppy disk …

The Case for Corporate Disobedience

If your company puts you in charge of developing a foreign market or a new line of business, your challenges are in many ways similar to those facing a startup. Before you can scale the business, you have to understand what your customers really want and value, and how to deliver it to them — and …

The Best Length for Online Content

<i>This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog.</i><p>Every so often when I’m tweeting or emailing, I’ll think: Should I really be writing so much?<p>“Europe's leading digital technology conference”It's happening, Join 15k digital minds to shape what's next for your businessI'm interested<p>I tend to get …

3 Misconceptions About Crowdfunding

<i>Thijs Suijten and Menno Luiten are the co-founder and developer for Famatic.</i><p>Every startup needs money. How to get that initial investment is where there is a choice: find a suitable investor, bootstrap, or use the power of the crowd to get that ball rolling.<p>We loved the idea of the latter; not only …

How to Find Your Social Media Marketing Voice: The Best Examples, Questions and Guides

Among the many ways to stand out on social media—killer content, amazing visuals, specific formatting, and more—one that often gets overlooked is …

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Chameleon-Like Camouflage May Be Possible Thanks to Color-Changing Particles

It's not Harry Potter's invisibility cloak, but new findings could enable a chameleon-like style of camouflage.<p>Researchers at the University of …

Netflix Learns From Past Mistakes, Increases Prices The Right Way

When you make a really big mistake, the best possible outcome is that you learn from it and never make it again. It would seem Netflix has done that, based on an email sent out Friday about the company’s pricing plan.<p>The price of the streaming service is going from $7.99 to $8.99 for new customers, …

Create a Work Environment That Fosters Flow

Everywhere we look in business, timetables once measured by calendars can now be clocked by egg timers. So how can we keep up? In a word — and according to an ever-increasing pile of evidence — “flow.”<p>Technically defined as an “optimal state of consciousness where we feel our best and perform our …

Paperfold is a foldable, transformable smartphone prototype

If Kyrocera's folding smartphone Echo didn't have enough screens for you, try this on for size. The Human Media Lab at Canada's Queen's University has created a fully functional smartphone that uses not two, but <i>three</i> different snap-together e-ink displays. The result is a gigantic device called …

LinkedIn: Small Businesses Becoming More Astute Users of Social Media

Small and midsize businesses play an important role in our economy. Every day, they fight for our attention while also trying to gain any leverage they can over the big box retailers like Amazon, Target, Walmart, and more. There’s no doubt that social media is playing a crucial role in this battle. …

The Art of Gratitude

Shortly after being hired by Equinox Fitness in 2004, the manager at one New York City club called a meeting for movement instructors of every …