It’s time to transform the focus, mission, and rhetoric of liberal arts and combine its focus on cross-disciplinary critical thinking with real world experience. Here’s one proposal.
All it requires is setting ambitious goals and implementing them--which is what every successful company should be doing anyway.
Those metal grooves in the road can be pesky for bikers, but not if you have this special bike, which lets you glide around as if you were on your own private light-rail. Heads up for approaching trains, though.
I have just one word for you: batteries.
The Fenix solar charger is far more expensive than most similar solutions to lack of power in the developing world. That’s because the idea is that once you buy it, you sell charges to everyone else.
Like Farmville? Well, now you can (for a small fee) play with a real-life farm in Bulgaria. Are you ready to feed real sheep online?
Though it turns out the kit--which shows that engineering can be a creative and artistic endeavor--helps teach and inspire anyone who didn’t think they wanted to make robots or learn about programming.