bijan

We’re loving this idea, which could very well be the starting point for kids who will be the future of Silicon Valley & Alley. Learning startup values plus how to develop and act upon great ideas, all while your conference room is designed like a Tree Fort?

Where do we sign up?

bijan:

via NYT:

DIY is seeking to be like a Boy Scout troop for the modern day. Instead of teaching children how to tie a clove hitch that seems fit for teenagers in the 1920s, DIY, a Web site and mobile app, will encourage children to build things, document them with an iPhone or iPod, and then receive rewards for their work.

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This is such a great idea. I’m so glad we had the opportunity to back Zach and the team. 

newsweek
cheatsheet:

superpunch2:

How the Tupac hologram worked.

Watch 13 other hologram wins and fails. (Or watch video of Hologram Tupac here.)
(Also, “Snoop Dogg should be in every diagram” is a thing now.)

The Tupac Hologram awed fans on Coachella’s closing night, but in a nice reminder that sometimes innovation means resurfacing great existing ideas, it turns out the technology behind it actually dates back to 1862.

cheatsheet:

superpunch2:

How the Tupac hologram worked.

Watch 13 other hologram wins and fails. (Or watch video of Hologram Tupac here.)

(Also, “Snoop Dogg should be in every diagram” is a thing now.)

The Tupac Hologram awed fans on Coachella’s closing night, but in a nice reminder that sometimes innovation means resurfacing great existing ideas, it turns out the technology behind it actually dates back to 1862.