On Episode 92 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with entrepreneur Paul Rush, about how to get out of your comfort zone and overcome the first hurdle of starting your own business!
On Episode 91 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Entrepreneur Paul Rush, about the basics of business and entrepreneurship!
Do-it-yourself electronics used to be the domain of the super geeky, but over the past few years things have really changed. Platforms and computers like Arduino and the Raspberry Pi have given rise to a whole new maker culture, and itâ€™s now easier than ever to get started experimenting with, learning and building DIY electronics projects. From Arduino and Arduino-compatible boards to complete DIY electronic kits, thereâ€™s something out there for everyone. With so many modules and kits available on the market, though, it can be a bit confusing if youâ€™re not too well-versed in the subject. While itâ€™s probably impossible to compile a definitive list of must-haves, itâ€™s always nice to have a place to start. …
If Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard are spinning in their graves, they may be due for a break. Their namesake company is cooking up some awfully ambitious industrial-strength computing technology that, if and when itâ€™s released, could replace a data centerâ€™s worth of equipment with a single refrigerator-size machine. Photograph by Richard Lewington/Hewlett-PackardHP CTO Martin Fink in the Photonics laboratory at HP LabsThatâ€™s what theyâ€™re calling it at HP Labs: â€œthe Machine.â€ Itâ€™s basically a brand-new type of computer architecture that HPâ€™s engineers say will serve as a replacement for todayâ€™s designs, with a new operating system, a different type of memory, and superfast data transfer. The company says …