1. Money Nights

  2. fundersandfounders:

How Productivity Works - 32 Principles

    fundersandfounders:

    How Productivity Works - 32 Principles

  3. planetmoney:

    Cool twitter account Sorted Things makes interesting graphics out of every day items.

    My favorite? The distribution of colored fruit loops. 

  4. newstartupideas:

These little flexible things are the future of wearable tech. Researchers just combined graphene with rubber bands to open the door of possibilities.

    newstartupideas:

    These little flexible things are the future of wearable tech. Researchers just combined graphene with rubber bands to open the door of possibilities.

  5. amexopenforum:

Experts weigh in on how safe cloud computing is for everyone in the wake of an Apple iCloud hack targeting celebrities.

“It’s easy to overlook security because of the virtual nature of the cloud, but really your data is going over the Internet to another computer and not to some magical world where everything’s going to be fine.”

    amexopenforum:

    Experts weigh in on how safe cloud computing is for everyone in the wake of an Apple iCloud hack targeting celebrities.

    “It’s easy to overlook security because of the virtual nature of the cloud, but really your data is going over the Internet to another computer and not to some magical world where everything’s going to be fine.”

  6. kickstarter:

    DJ QBert teamed up with Algoriddim’s DJay app and Novalia to conceptualize and develop the world’s first interactive album packaging for Qbert’s double album EXTRATERRESTRIA / GALAXXXIAN. The packaging is in development now, but you can watch a concept demonstration of how it works in the video above.

    To learn more about DJ Qbert’s interactive album packaging and how other musicians are using Kickstarter in exciting new ways, head over to SXSW 2015’s panel picker and give us a thumbs up.

  7. 6 Junio 2014

    7 notas

    Reblogueado desde
    joshbirkholz

    joshbirkholz:

2014 State of Fundraising Analytics Study.  See the full whitepaper here.
Special thanks to Morgan Zehner and Alison Roberts for their work on the study. For more information about BWF and our analytics services, visit our web site at www.bwf.com.

    joshbirkholz:

    2014 State of Fundraising Analytics Study.  See the full whitepaper here.

    Special thanks to Morgan Zehner and Alison Roberts for their work on the study. For more information about BWF and our analytics services, visit our web site at www.bwf.com.

  8. startupvitamins:

The secret to being wrong isn’t to avoid being wrong. The secret is being willing to be wrong. The secret is realizing that wrong isn’t fatal. -Seth Godin

    startupvitamins:

    The secret to being wrong isn’t to avoid being wrong. The secret is being willing to be wrong. The secret is realizing that wrong isn’t fatal. -Seth Godin

  9. 5 Mayo 2014

    28 notas

    Reblogueado desde
    datsmastyle

    datsmastyle:

Vanhawks Valour: The World’s First Connected Bike

    datsmastyle:

    Vanhawks Valour: The World’s First Connected Bike

  10. 5 Mayo 2014

    101 notas

    Reblogueado desde
    fastcompany

    fastcompany:

Every tool for social media that you will ever need (for now).
Banana Republic and Susan’s Neighborhood Shirt Shop could be using the same social networks—Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.—but their marketing plans and their marketing tools are likely quite different. Enterprise solutions are great for the big guys, but the rest of us are in the market for something more our size.
Small businesses are eager to find valuable tools that take a lot of the time and trouble out of social media marketing and that do so without costing an arm and a leg. I think we’d all want tools like that, right?
Well, I went searching for just this kind of simple, easy, cost-effective tool, and I came up with 60 that made the cut. I tried out more than 100 in total, and I’m sure I missed a few along the way.
Hopefully you find one or two here that you can use in your small scale marketing that can get you big results.
Read More>
[Image: Flickr user Jim Pennucci]

    fastcompany:

    Every tool for social media that you will ever need (for now).

    Banana Republic and Susan’s Neighborhood Shirt Shop could be using the same social networks—Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.—but their marketing plans and their marketing tools are likely quite different. Enterprise solutions are great for the big guys, but the rest of us are in the market for something more our size.

    Small businesses are eager to find valuable tools that take a lot of the time and trouble out of social media marketing and that do so without costing an arm and a leg. I think we’d all want tools like that, right?

    Well, I went searching for just this kind of simple, easy, cost-effective tool, and I came up with 60 that made the cut. I tried out more than 100 in total, and I’m sure I missed a few along the way.

    Hopefully you find one or two here that you can use in your small scale marketing that can get you big results.

    Read More>

    [Image: Flickr user Jim Pennucci]