“And something inside me just…broke.” I saw that quote somewhere and understood it deeply.
…And it was so easy and awesome!! Codarica is a Swedish/ American female led startup that creates apps that are designed to teach computer science fundamentals to kids. “We wanted to build an educational product that scales to kids’ imagination,” says CEO, Sanna Nilsson. “We all know that kids have an extraordinary imagination, and learning about coding […]Read More
We’ve all been there- overworked, over-partied, worn out, underrested. Or perhaps your body is just in need of some rest management due to illness, disease, etc. But things have to get done, right? So, we find ourselves pushing through what we are dealing with, and nodding off in class, at work, on a subway ride. I’ve […]Read More
***Full disclosure: I received my invite as part of a partnership with Klout. You can read about it here CEWeek is the consumer electronics mid-year event. Vendors, brands and innovators come from all over to show off their sexy new products. Some products are not yet on the market, while others have just found […]Read More
During my visit to the Kennedy Space Center, I had the opportunity to hear about a number of innovations and experiments being conducted on and off the International Space Station. My absolute favorite was ROBONAUT! “The core idea behind the Robonaut series is to have a humanoid machine work alongside astronauts” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robonaut). While many find […]Read More
It had only been a few short hours since I left the cold, harsh NYC weather, and landed in sunny, warm, unfamiliar Orlando, Florida. I had no idea what to expect. My idea of Orlando had been theme parks and resorts. In fact, I really had never contemplated the Kennedy Space Center in terms of […]Read More
When I think about what I’ve learned throughout my anthropological education, if I heard the word ‘space,’ what was typically being discussed was location, area, events that related to a position. I rarely thought about astronomical space. In culture, we tend to think of space in terms of where culture is located, observed, practiced. However, […]Read More