boxingsgreatest:

"Pretty Boy" Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

cnce:

Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupé Kinetic Lights via eightyfiver:sid766

cnce:

Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupé Kinetic Lights via eightyfiver:sid766

hackersofny:

"Every entrepreneur I know of is willing to work hard, get dirty, and do something most people could never dream of. A little over a year ago,  I ​left ​a cool, high paying job at ​Google to clean houses​. It seemed like a crazy thing to do, but I saw the magic in my willingness to get dirty and pursue my true passion for making sure everyone has a clean, comfortable & well-kept home. Since then, Blessee has grown to the point that I’m no longer doing any of the cleanings, but there have been many payoffs from that initial experience, like being able to have compassion for the people I hire, and having the ability to channel their perspective as I make decisions that end up affecting their work experience."​

A year ago, ​Camille ​left Google ​​to start Blessee, a new​ ​​residential cleaning company​.

hackersofny:

"I’m inspired by companies who consistently deliver imaginative and delightful products to their customers. Disney. Lego. Pixar. Nintendo. Apple.

At YouNow, we believe in creating magical experiences. YouNow makes it easy for anyone to broadcast live, and get an audience of people to watch them in a matter of seconds. We are connecting real people in real time, and providing content creators with a fun way to engage with their fans and earn money for their talent.”

Dorian leads product at YouNow, a live broadcasting social network. 

secretrepublic:

Humans Need Not Apply

A colleague sent me this video yesterday. Probably the most sober dip into the future of technology I’ve seen yet. Perhaps I am a minority, but I do see rising inequality and the difficulty of our current economic moment as heavily impacted and sustained by the rapid pace of technological advancement (and subsequently the value that technology creates being consolidated in the hands of very few).

All of this is a good thing… if our social and political development can match the pace of our technological development. If humans are no longer needed, then the value generated by their robotic counterparts must be distributed in new ways. For starters, is it time to end the 40 hour work week? Will we need regulation to restructure large companies? Can capitalism evolve to provide in the brave new world?

-Kasey

grandeffex:

Grand Effex 
R.I.P. Bernie..
grandeffex:

Grand Effex 
R.I.P. Bernie..