Nathaniel C. Schooler

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A new wireless tower network grows in Africa as YC alum Tizeti raises $2.1 million

Wireless networking may be getting a high-speed boost across Nigeria as Y Combinator alumnus Tizeti looks to expand in the region.<p>The company has raised $2.1 million in new financing from a slew of African and American venture firms to continue its expansion through Lagos and across Southern …

An 'ocean pool' in Sydney, Australia Via:https://www.reddit.com/r/itookapicture/comments/6fh0ht/itap_of_an_ocean_pool/

Marketing Customer Journey ⋆ Nathaniel C Schooler

By onNovember 21, 2015 in Marketing<p><b>Marketing Customer Journey And The Future Of Paid Ads</b><p>This week I coached a couple of digital marketing workshops …

Marketing

A programmer wrote scripts to secretly automate a lot of his job — and email his wife and make a latte

The project was shared by a programmer named Nihad Abbasov, known as "Narkoz" on GitHub. It consists of a bunch of software scripts with some funny but NSFW names.<p>Narkoz says that the scripts came from a another programmer. He tells the story like this: there was a programmer who left for another …

Ascher Cliff Hotel in Switzerland is the cutest hotel you'll see today!

A sunset reflected in the eyes of an alligator. Gorgeous!

Glen Keane – Step into the Page

Watson Analytics Customer Success Story: Mears Group

Byxee watches the road when cyclists don't

While most cyclists like to think that they're pretty good at spotting road hazards such as potholes and sewer grates, the fact is that no one can …

A San Diego tech company posted this hilarious job ad

Their job posting is titled: "Searching for Two F****** Great Developers," and it seems like they have a wide array of personalities within the office that would make it a great place to work:<p>I promised new friends didn't I? We have boys, we have girls, we have kite surfers, we have regular …

Lightning LS-218 – the wildest ride of 2015

You've read about the awesome Lightning LS-218 in our feature earlier this year, now you can see it in action. You might think electric vehicles are …

​Google's driverless car ideas include airbags on the outside

Airbags on the inside, that's what cars typically have. That's great for protecting people on the <i>inside</i> a vehicle. But, how about airbags on the outside, for the rest of us? Google's patented the idea for its driverless cars, with a system of inflatable bumpers that would react in the event of an …

These are the top industries that will benefit from the 'Internet of Things'

In a report from BI Intelligence, we examine the industries currently driving growth in the enterprise Internet of Things and how various sectors of the economy will embrace IoT innovations.<p>Almost every industry can benefit from investing in the IoT, which means adding data-collecting sensors to …

Internet of Things

5 simple tips to spend less time on your phone

With the news that we're now spending more time on our phones than with our significant others, it might be time to think about reducing our screen …

Social Media

UC Berkeley 3D prints an artsy pavilion using dry powdered cement

Here's a project that could pave way to structures both unique and affordable. A team of researchers from the UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design has unveiled the Bloom Pavilion, which they call "the first and largest powder-based 3D-printed cement structure." It measures 9 feet high, 12 …

Take a drone tour of an LHC detector

The folks at CERN are, quite justifiably, proud of their giant particle accelerator, and there are a number of ways to see what's inside the Meyrin, Switzerland facility -- including video tours on YouTube, a virtual tour via the Large Hadron Collider website, and even guided physical tours of the …

MIT Admissions Office Imagines What It’d Be Like To Send Acceptance Letters Via Drone

The prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology admissions office announced its plans for accepting students into the freshman class of 2019 on Sunday with an interesting video. After completing a form, a professorial type puts it in a silver tube and leaves it in a warehouse. Then this guy …

Drones For Good Gives UAVs A Reputation Overhaul

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), mostly known for military operations, have a bad rep and Drones for Good aims to change that. Launched by H.H. …

Abu Dhabi

Apple Watch could cost £8,000 for 'luxury' edition

Tim Cook will announce prices and availability of his company's new Apple Watch in San Francisco on Monday 9 March<p>Priced at around £8,000 and made with especially light, strong and scratch-resistant 18ct gold, this is the luxury <b>Apple watch</b> tipped as the next must-have gadget for wealthy buyers.<p>As …

The Unusual Strategy That Made This Mom’s Million-Dollar Knitting Business

Alicia Shaffer built the second most successful business on Etsy, thanks to her focus on one key thing.<p>The world of start-ups is a super exciting, innovative--and lucrative--place to be in 2015. This year, thousands will find their fortune in ingenious new tech businesses, marketing, software …

Crowdfunding's Secret Benefit

Just 30 days after launching a Kickstarter campaign in August, Cameron Gibbs and David Gengler raised $652,000 to begin manufacturing a padlock that …

How to Be an Entrepreneur Who Can See Around Corners

Every entrepreneur realizes that change is now the norm, and they have to adapt their business quickly to survive and prosper. In fact, the best entrepreneurs seem to see breakthrough changes coming even before they really happen, and are able to turn them into huge new opportunities. In the trade, …

3 Common Mistakes Startup Entrepreneurs Make

Here are the three most common pratfalls my clients (and I myself) have fallen victim to, and how to avoid them.<p>Not all entrepreneurs found companies--we can't all be Steve Jobs, and not everyone should aim to be. Many leaders make their marks inside existing companies and institutions; still …

Subaru's new EyeSight technology is an auto-industry game changer

We have reached a new phase in automotive safety. For several decades, safety features have centered on reducing the chance of serious injury or death in a crash. Things like airbags, anti-lock brakes, and crumple zones assume collisions are inevitable. Now we're on the cusp of dramatically …

Automotive Industry

How the internet of things will power the Intelligence Age

We’re currently shifting from the Information Age to the Intelligence Age. The Intelligence Age will be characterized by autonomous communication …

Personal drone registration will become necessary, U.K. Lords say

A U.K House of Lords committee has recommended that, in the long term, people operating drones for leisure may need to register them so their owners …

European Union

Lockheed Martin's laser can stop a truck from over a mile away

Lasers have staggering range, can attack land or air-based targets and are dirt-cheap to fire, making them ideal for a military with one eye on the budget. Now, Lockheed Martin has worked out that the technology could also be used for stopping a car without resorting to lethal force. The company …

Mark Zuckerberg reveals his one rule for hiring

'It's a pretty good test and it has served me well,' Facebook founder tells audience at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona<p>As the founder of one of the most successful companies on the planet, when <b>Mark Zuckerberg</b> gives job advice it’s a good idea to listen.<p>Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in …