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Mostly people thought I was insane, but at one of those presentations, an architect, Reese Fayde, who later became my mentor, came up to me. She didn’t know me at all, but after hearing my presentation, she wanted to nominate me for the Loeb Fellowship at Harvard, and she did. At this point, I had launched a couple of companies trying to see how I could use technology to get high-quality construction and design resources to regular people. When I got the Loeb Fellowship, it fortified me to say, “Okay, I have one more idea that I think might work, and if it doesn’t, I have Harvard at my back, and I’ll be fine.” About a month before I left for Cambridge, I launched Sweeten, and it took off almost immediately. … [Read more...] about The internet decimated creative industries. It’s coming for architecture, too
When you imagine your perfect team, is this person on it? Imagine there’s an opening for this employee’s job. Would you hire them now? If the employee told you they were leaving, how much would you fight to keep them? Combine your instincts with rational evaluation, and trust that you know what’s best for your company. Few things damage morale more than a checked-out or toxic employee, but a good person with a spark of curiosity—no matter how dim it may be now—is worth the investment. … [Read more...] about Consider these 4 steps before you fire an employee
Air New Zealand is trying to put the whole “economy class is the third circle of hell” label to bed with new patent and trademark applications for what it’s calling the “Economy Skynest”: a small cabin nested within the economy class that has six “sleeping pods” with full-length beds so passengers can lie down flat on long flights. … [Read more...] about Nap pods are here to making flying economy less dreadful
“It’s got to be super convenient. It’s got to be, frankly, as close to convenient as possible relative to throwing it out,” says TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky. This is a brand-new venture for TerraCycle; the private recycling company has never had a national platform for handling diapers, though it does run a small recycling program in Amsterdam with Pampers. Still, U.S.-wide diaper waste is different: Here it totals 3.5 million tons each year, and Szaky says there’s no diaper recycling program available in the country. TerraCycle also hasn’t ever composted diapers before, but Szaky says he’s confident the current composting infrastructure can handle this demand, and that it will only compost Dyper diapers for nonfood supply areas. … [Read more...] about Compost your baby’s diapers through this subscription service