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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Goldilocks at the Surf Shop

I’m a girl who likes a certain amount of attention when shopping. Not so much attention that I feel crowded right out of the shop, not so little that I feel neglected and can’t figure out how to spend money,…

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Nike’s Self-Lacing Shoes: Innovation 5,000 Years in the Making

Today, most athletic shoes employ a lacing technology only marginally improved upon since 3300 BCE, when Ötzi the Iceman bound his bearskin and deer hide shoes with strips of bark. Nike has been focusing on that five-millennium innovation gap for…

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Sharapova vs. Steph Curry: Why We’re Dopes

She’s strong, beautiful, and the world’s highest paid female athlete. She’s not been playing fair, and here’s why you should care. Maria Sharapova took the dark, easy path to fame and riches, and for every entrepreneur hoping to hit the…

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Do It On The Road: Five Creative Thinkers Share Their Ideation Strategies

You do it on the road. Crossing San Francisco Bay in a ferry boat. Sitting with friends in a crowded café, or walking through the Getty museum. You ruminate. Ideate. Get in the space for your next great idea. Creative…

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