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San Francisco Rent Is So Insane, This Guy Lives in a Box for $508 a Month
This illustrator tapped his creativity to create 'a solution that works for me.'
How This Startup is Making Mobile App Development Easier
Gigster can find a developer ready to help you in 10 minutes or less.
How One Entrepreneur Turned a Dance Trend Into a Glowing Empire
Brian Lim went to an electronic dance music club six years ago and was inspired to launch a line of rave accessories.
Intel Mastermind Andy Grove Dead at 79
Grove's work and philosophy at Intel has become a blueprint for other startups.
How Your Leadership Skills Will Determine Your Company Culture
Think about the culture you want to build, then master these leadership skills. The rest will fall into place.
Brian Patrick Eha
How Giphy Became the Internet's Go-To Gif Brand
Giphy is taking on the biggest, weirdest branding challenge online today: How to become the go-to company for a new kind of internet culture.
Wacky Business Ideas
How a Couple of College Kids Turned a Silly Sport into a Booming Business
Bubble soccer is the best kind of business bubble for Damon Grace and Lucas Andrews.
Susan Johnston Taylor
Far Out Tech
This Device Diagnoses a Broken Machine by Sound. Really.
This new tech troubleshoots by listening in.
Inventor of Email Ray Tomlinson Dies at 74
Tomlinson had an idea to send a text message between computers using a new network called Arpanet, routing it using an '@' symbol.
Ask a Geek
Why Virtual Reality Is Vital
Ebbe Altberg, CEO of the company that created the virtual 3-D world Second Life, answers your VR questions.
Mikal E. Belicove
How This App Is Making Civic Involvement Profitable
Most Americans agree that government is broken. But only a few brave entrepreneurs have tried to fix it -- and their efforts rarely go well. Brigade's experienced leaders think they can do better.
How This Mattress Company Got the Attention of New York Jet Eric Decker
This is what happens when a direct-to-consumer luxury mattress maker and celebrity backers get into bed together.
How an Engineer's Desire to Keep His Keys Organized Led to a Business
Here are the five steps Michel Tunney used to take his idea from a Kickstarter campaign to retail stores.
Inventor Artur Fischer, Who Held More Than 1,100 Patents, Dies at 96
The inventor of the first synchronized electronic camera flash surpassed Thomas Edison's record of most patents.
Hacks, tricks and tips to remove common barriers to creativity.
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