Freespace is an experiment in civic hacking, inspired in no small part by Burning Man. But it’s attracting the attention of Fortune 500 companies eager to find ways to bring more creativity and innovation into their work spaces and companies.
You may not be able to control the privacy of your electronic data. But keeping yourself off security cameras? There’s an app for that.
Genetic modification using software is potentially big business--and now patentable.
Story Press makes it easy for the older generation (or anyone, really) to use technology to record their memories.
ProPublica is crowdsourcing funds to hire their own intern, and then set their new employee on a quest to expose the exploitation of free young labor in America.
Bike mudguards are often ugly and easily breakable or stealable. The new Plume mudguard, available on Kickstarter, is sturdy, attractive, and coils up into a ball when not in use.
BuyingPoultry hopes to be the place to cut through the confusing verbiage and where you can go and find out exactly what happened to a chicken before you eat it.
How do you know how your plants are doing? You feel the dirt? Maybe you give them a little more water? This new Kickstarter project hopes to give you an infrared camera that can give you a real picture of the health of your vegetation.
The Scanadu Scout, which you can use to measure your vital signs by just holding it to your temple for 10 seconds, is now available for $150 on Indiegogo.
Instead, it uses the power of your own positive thinking to create a placebo effect--which works even if you know it’s happening.