Consumers Have Always Traded Privacy & Security for Convenience. Not Anymore

Consumers have historically traded privacy and security for convenience and lower pricing.  While there was much hand-wringing among intellectuals and privacy activists about the original versions of Gmail and the rapid rise of Facebook, consumers adopted these technologies widely and quickly without too many concerns.  Indeed from Disney Land to the grocery store, consumers routinely […]

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Crowdsourcing Hardware Innovation – 700 Designs in 7 Weeks

It’s been said over and over again that 3D printing will change the supply chain – for everyone. However, so much of what has been published focuses on the maker community – the small home applications and printers – that the noise crowds out the really important details. The story goes that thousands of makers […]

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