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15 years ago @ Think >> Innovate - The Importance of a Pu... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is awesome. 7 Miles of Car-Free Streets in NYC for 3 Saturdays http://www.treehugger.com/files/2008/08/summer-st...

15 years ago @ Think >> Innovate - The Importance of a Pu... · 0 replies · +1 points

You make some great points Sanjeev - I'm curious to know if there is a debate beyond a few online blogs on this topic - As we built suburban America, we knowingly or unknowingly sterilized our communities of non-commercial common spaces -- & the ones we have are so underutilized.

From my own experience, I recently tried to obtain a permit for Union Square in San Francisco for a small community driven effort & found the experience mind numbingly frustrating -- I'm almost tempted to risk a citation and hold the event as a flashmob.

In the same vein, check out this conversation by Marissa Mayer and DC insider Ted Olson on the future of media online


15 years ago @ Startup Weekend - Tools of the Trade · 0 replies · +1 points

Clayton. Good insights. Nevertheless I would have liked to know more about the tools that have worked for StartUpweekend since its inception e.g. Project Management tools like BaseCamp, hosting solutions, dev tools etc

16 years ago @ Andrew Hyde - Startups Fail · 0 replies · +1 points

Good post Paul - I can attest to the fact that sometimes you are too close to the product to see the blind spots. In my first startup we were totally obsessed with enhancing the product and failed to address how to take it to market - perhaps this is where incubators may play a part in anticipating potential pitfalls and plugging holes in the road map.

16 years ago @ Think >> Innovate - Dr. Martin Luther King... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thats and easy call. MLK was born on January 15, 1929 and he went to India from February 2 through March 10, 1959. Age = 30.

16 years ago @ Think >> Innovate - Remembering Sir ED, (J... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Dale - That's awesome. I would love to know more about your adventure to Nepal - keep me in the loop. Edmund Hillary and Norgay Tenzing proved more than any other that no frontier is unachievable.