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Noah Robischon
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Attended Antioch College
Lives in New York City
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Synesthesia app maker is 25, will blow your mind.
With his new app, Keezy, the 25-year-old designer puts his color synesthesia to good use.
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"Do Americans live twice as long because they consume twice as much energy as Europeans? Are you people twice as smart as the average Frenchman? Do you enjoy life twice as much as the average Danish guy?"
The noted scholar says what we produce and use depends on where we are.
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"Better Place is a tragicomic case study of the limits of innovation, the difficulties of getting consumers to embrace new technology, and the perils of believing your own bullshit. What follows is the story of how that happened: a step-by-step guide to the most spectacularly failed technology startup of the 21st century."
With almost $1billion in funding and ambitions to replace petroleum-based cars with a network of cheap electrics, Shai Agassis Better Place was...
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“There's a lot of stuff that seems absurd that's just very real,” Judge says. “It happened a lot--like in the editing room, someone'll be laughing about something. They'll be color-timing something that seems ridiculous and we'd say, ‘No, that's actually a real thing somewhere.’”
http://www.fastcocreate.com/3028397/how-the-creators-of-silicon-valley-captured-the-comic-reality-of-silicon-valley
Mike Judge is one of America's most insightful satirists, so when he and co-creator Alec Berg turned their eye to Silicon Valley, it was a perfect...
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Lunchtime read: we went on the road with hummus company Sabra as it tried to convince wary Americans to try its products for the first time.
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The Transform, from MIT's Tangible Media Group, changes shape depending upon how users interact with it. Imagine a chair that could transform from an...
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Spinal cord implant gives four young men the ability to move limbs they were told would never work again - watch the video, it's incredible. 
http://www.fastcoexist.com/3028720/healthware/how-a-new-technology-is-helping-paralyzed-patients-regain-use-of-their-legs
Four young men are now using an implant that lets them move limbs they were told would never work again. What does this mean for the future of...
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"Short-term planning and maintaining the status quo, to put it simply, stifle innovation"
The former astronaut shares his views on the importance of innovation, collaboration, and leadership to the success of any project.
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"If you don't have a presence on AngelList as an investor or a startup, you're either hiding something or don't know what's going on."
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I've been writing about technology, culture and the internet since 1995.
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LA->NYC transplant
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  • Columbia University Graduate School Of Journalism
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