Stowe Boyd

Apr 24

How bad has the work slavery gotten in the US? http://t.co/iReUK98W3e 63% said they won’t be taking a vacation this summer at all

— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) April 23, 2014

Apr 20

“For if we say that we lack authority to give credence to our testimony, we speak beside the point. For in my opinion, from the most ordinary, familiar and commonplace things, if we see them properly, we could construct the greatest miracles in nature and the most wonderful examples, especially on the subject of human actions.” — Michel de Montaigne on experience, anticipating working out loud and design innovation (via simonterry)

border-studies:

Osteofutures
bravecadet:

Osteoid: 3D-printed cast concept that uses ultrasound to heal your bones 40% faster

border-studies:

Osteofutures

bravecadet:

Osteoid: 3D-printed cast concept that uses ultrasound to heal your bones 40% faster

Apr 17

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

 (via Drop in Tech Stocks Hits Startup Funding - WSJ.com)

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

(via Drop in Tech Stocks Hits Startup Funding - WSJ.com)

Apr 16

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Apr 15

Soon, cloud capacity will be available in a spot market http://t.co/pvIL4V1tYE This is the currency of the future: computing cycles

— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) April 15, 2014

(I’ve decided to *not* buy this generation of Google Glass. Maybe I am still hoping that Apple will leapfrog it.)

— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) April 15, 2014

Apr 14

Socialogy Interview: Anne Marie McEwan

“You may be capable of great things, but life consists of small things.” —

Den Ming-Dao @zenandtao

(Source: drmeaningful)

U.N. Warns Crops Are at Greater Risk than Thought from Climate Change | MIT Technology Review -

(Source: emergentfutures)