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Creating 21st Century Presentations With a 20th Century Brain

Technology seems to be advancing faster than the speed of light. Our state-of-the-art smart phone, computer and Blu-ray player has become the new car of the 21st century: the minute we drive it off the lot, it's obsolete and virtually worthless. Show More Summary

Don't Blink: The Future Is Happening Now

We live in a “what’s next?” era. Technology is evolving at an ever-more-rapid pace: Our devices become smarter, do more for us, and connect us to one another. We want the next big thing right now. But what kind of technology will get...Show More Summary

What Did Steve Jobs Get Wrong in His Career?

What was Steve Jobs wrong about?: originally appeared on Quora: The best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Answer...Show More Summary

theSKIMM'S GUIDE TO BITCOIN

THE STORY Bitcoin is still a thing -- a thing people are confused by. Turns out being a currency that could change the future of payments isn't easy. WHAT IS BITCOIN? A digital currency. But unlike Visa or PayPal, there's no centralized operation heading it up. Show More Summary

Gypsy Circle: The Social Travel App You Need

Maybe you've asked, "Why doesn't someone create an app that helps me connect with friends before I arrive at my destination?" Well, good news. Meet Gypsy Circle. [free, available in the App Store for iPhone/iPad] No longer do you have...Show More Summary

Simplified Cellphones for Seniors With Hearing Problems

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some basic simplified cellphones for seniors with hearing loss? My 82-year-old father needs to get a new cellphone for occasional calls or emergencies, but he needs something that's easy to use and...Show More Summary

4 Wishes for the Class of 2015

The following speech was delivered on June 27, 2015 at the Tsinghua School of Economics & Management commencement in Beijing. I am honored to be here today to address Dean Yingyi Qian, Tsinghua School of Economics and Management's distinguished faculty, proud family members, supportive friends, and most importantly, the class of 2015. Show More Summary

Big Companies Can Avoid Disruption By Partnering With Startup Accelerators

David Cohen started as a software programmer at age 13 and since then he has had only one job interview. Cohen started three startups and now is the founder and general manager of Techstars, a mentorship-driven startup accelerator is considered one of the best startup accelerators in the world. Show More Summary

The Internet of Everything Empowers Cities as Never Before

As San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said at the City Innovate Summit last week: "Cities today are the engines of the greatest surge in innovation, creativity and problem solving in human history... and cities that think of themselves as platforms will become stronger, attract better talent and become smarter from the bottom up." Let's be frank. Show More Summary

Gamergate's Cold War

"Happy to say we live in the same state. I'm looking you up, and when I find you, I'm going to rape you and remove your head." On the latest "Last Week Tonight" segment, John Oliver read aloud this tweet that a man had sent to a writer named Amanda Hess. Show More Summary

Ready or Not, Millennials Are Changing How We Do Business Forever

In the next 20 years, Millennials will receive over $20 trillion in inheritance, with over $7 trillion being passed along by 2020, according to Bloomberg Business. This is the largest wealth transfer our country has ever seen, and the impact will be seismic. Show More Summary

Hey Boss -- My Product Strategy Is Telling you "NO!"

Here is how it goes down. You turn the corner and the big boss (who never uses the product or speaks with customers) says "I have a great new idea for a feature." Or worse, that pesky sales engineer tracks you down and says "Dude, did...Show More Summary

In A Few Years, The Doctor May Prescribe You A Google Wristband To Call Him In The Morning

Google revealed to Bloomberg News Tuesday that its X division is developing an experimental wrist band with sensors that "can measure pulse, heart rhythm and skin temperature, and also environmental information like light exposure and...Show More Summary

Building the A Team - Advice for Start-ups

"Bet on the jockey, not the horse." Just about every investor I've ever spoken with has repeated this gem of wisdom in one form or another. Sometimes it comes out as, "invest in a mediocre product with a great team over a great product with a mediocre team"... Show More Summary

Why Does Europe Hate Silicon Valley?

Americans love sightseeing in Europe. Europeans love jetting around the United States. We admire the Beatles, French Impressionists, Belgian chocolate, and a host of other European cultural icons and sights. They adore Taylor Swift, New York City, our Hollywood films and much more. Show More Summary

8 Things You Should Know About the Office of Personnel Management Breach

Is it the biggest breach in U.S. history? For almost a month, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has been engaged in damage control after publicly disclosing that it was the victim of a massive data breach of government employee data. Show More Summary

A Conversation With Max Levchin

Image Credit: Max Levchin At this year's Exponential Finance conference hosted by Singularity University in New York, I had the opportunity to talk with Max Levchin, founder of Affirm, a fin-tech startup that offers consumers creditShow More Summary

How to Survive as a Blogger (in a Blog-Eat-Blog World)

Co-authored by Chloe Legras of Boxwood Avenue Society Letters is a women's blog founded by writer Deborah Stachelski in April of this year, as an outlet for women to share their voices.  She felt that there was a missing link in theShow More Summary

'Back to Bed': The Creepy, Addictive Game About Sleepwalking

For a gallery of real game play, read the full article on Van Winkle's. Ironically, if you ask me what video game not to play right before bed, I’ll answer Back to Bed. I mean this as a compliment. Back to Bed, from Danish video game developer Bedtime Digital Games, is creepy, surreal and incredibly addicting. Show More Summary

Why Complacency Is Killing Cyber Security Strategy

Today, there is a hyper awareness surrounding cyber security. A mad rush has ensued to make sure our businesses are protected. But we still hear of breaches and their effects on cyber safety. It seems to be an endless cycle that only...Show More Summary

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