This week I’m sharing an Instagram account that’s not about photography. It illustrates why you can never be too careful around large bodies of water.
A doodle celebrates a lump of bronze from a Roman shipwreck that turned out to be a forgotten piece of computer history.
Ian Malcolm. David Levinson. That dude who turns into a gross human/fly hybrid. Siri?
On one hand, this is ridiculous. On the other, who doesn’t get annoyed by in-movie texters? And during “Guardians”?
The trailblazing scientist, who will be represented in a Lego set depicting the female stars of NASA, celebrates her birthday this week.
The era of unicorn startups has created a distorted view of entrepreneurial success. All the talk about billion-dollar exits has inflated the numbers that define a win. Starting and selling a company for $100 million dollars is an outlier event in terms of pure entrepreneurial probability, but such outcomes are viewed as well short of success in many corners of today’s startup world. Read More
Over the past two days, 20 companies have taken the stage at TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield, where they presented their products and took questions from our expert judges. Now, with the help of those judges, we’ve selected five startups to compete tomorrow in the Battlefield finals. They are: Collider Collider‘s flagship printer Orchid, which is still in a… Read More