The Amazon founder and chief executive talks exclusively to The Telegraph on the Top Gear trio, drones in the suburbs and why he goes weak at the knees when he meets another entrepreneur Media man How
By Stefanie O'Connell, Contributor With record student loan balances and rampant underemployment, millennials have largely become known as the recession generation. Despite low levels of income and a net
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Although not anyone can be a designer, everyone who wants to can learn the elements of visual design: contrast, transparency, hierarchy, randomness, and so on. In fact, it doesn’t even take all that long.
The English Wheel is a tool, some call it a machine, that allows a sheet of metal to be formed. It requires a skilled craftsman to use it, and although it is a time-consuming process, it can create a of
When most people think of 3D printing, they usually think of the plastic trinkets that come out of Makerbot machines. But increasingly, there’s interest in being able to 3D print items out of metal, which
On today's internet, the shortest route is sadly not always the best Colin Nederkoorn, a startup CEO living in New York City, was unhappy with his Netflix service. He pays Verizon for FiOS service that
Soon, home builders may be growing their own insulation right in the walls of the home. And bricks could grow in a mold rather than bake in a kiln. Manufacturing traditional construction products like
Billing itself as the Napster of the connected world, MakerSwarm wants to inspire a new generation of engineers. MAYA Design is working to give every man, woman, and child on the planet a superpower. as
What a change! It wasn’t long ago that product development and engineering were the scientific parts of the business. In this Dilbert-world, marketing was seen as an art, practiced by those whose expertise
In the latest issue of Nature, Japanese and Austrian researchers are detailing an amazing discovery: the thinnest circuits ever created by humanity–one-micron-thick circuits that bend, twist, and are especially
On the 50th anniversary of Josef Albers’s Interaction of Color, Yale University Press has released the work as an interactive teaching tool along the lines of what the Bauhaus master originally intended.
Designed by Yves Behar, Briggo is a warm replacement for hospital coffee machines. But unlike your neighborhood Starbucks, there’s not a flesh-and-blood barista to be seen. If you’ve ever been stuck at