Tag: millennials

25 Feb 2019

Your Robot-Made Coffee Is Ready. Where Does That Leave The Barista?

Excerpt via FastCompany Austin, Tx.-based Briggo is expanding its robot-staffed “Coffee Haus” to San Francisco’s busy airport. Briggo’s founders say they’ve created a tech-centric coffee ecosystem, complete with Latin American backstory, that hits Millennial touchstones including customization and app availability. Briggo recently was listed among Fast Company’s 10 Most Innovative companies in the world for crafting […]

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17 Feb 2019

#DigitalNomads Trailers and Camper Vans You Can Rent

Excerpt via Dwell Few things capture the spirit of intrepid road-tripping and outdoor adventuring better than trailers and campervans. However, don’t worry if you’re not quite ready to buy your own mobile mini home just yet. Thanks to the following 10 rental companies, you can enjoy the freedom and convenience of mobile living, without making […]

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25 Jan 2019

#FoodAndMusic ‘IN THE MIX WITH MATT FX’ // New Digital Series Premiere

“No matter where your travels take you, there are two universal languages: food and music.”  – Matt FX ‘IN THE MIX WITH MATT FX,’ a brand new digital series created by Matt FX and Genius Kitchen, explores the intersection between modern food and music culture. A fascinating view into Matt’s world of late nights and big meals, the show […]

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05 Sep 2018

#BurningMan Artists Impress #burningman2018

Excerpt via FastCo BY JESUS DIAZ After complex planning and frantic construction, Black Rock City is now fully armed and operational in the Nevada Desert–and even if you think the annual event is a wretched hive, the structures and installations that accompany the festival are actually worth checking out. First in line is the Orb, […]

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27 Jun 2018

These #DigitalNomads Live, Work, and Travel in a Sprinter Van

Excerpt via Dwell Dwell chatted with Lexi and Cody—the “van-trepreneurs” behind Dynamo Ultima—about what it’s like to live and run a creative studio out of their van. The dynamic duo spend time in some of the most beautiful places, all while working hard to successfully run a business. After recently selling their first van, a […]

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29 Dec 2016

33 Startups To Watch in 2017

2017 is almost here and it’s once again time to predict which startups will take the tech industry by storm. Who better to ask than the startup experts, the VCs that watch the industry, guide the startups, hear their pitches, and invest inthem? The VCs that Business Insider spoke to gave them this list that includes everything […]

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09 Dec 2016

Flair for the obscure is luxury’s new currency | Glossy

GLOSSY.com DEC 8, 2016 by ANA ANDJELIC Wander down the Takamiyacho neighborhood of Kyoto and turn left to a side street, and you will come across an unmarked boutique nested among the traditional Machiya townhouses. Venture in, and you will be surrounded by one-of-a-kind items ranging from dresses and denim to jewelry and housewares. Among […]

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26 Aug 2016

Consumers Most Drawn to Travel and Music VR Experiences

With virtual reality (VR) set to become a $1bn (£710m) industry by the end of 2016, savvy marketers are seeking to tap into the platform’s storytelling powerto set the agenda for VR excellence. Virtual reality is engaging a wide spectrum of people, according to new data by research group IpsosMori, which surveyed 1, 117 UK […]

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22 Aug 2016

Pizza Hut Serves Up Playable DJ Pizza Box

It may only be available at five British Pizza Hut locations, but this is still a pretty cool gimmick. The standard pizza box is kitted out with battery-powered, Bluetooth-enabled touch-sensitive decks, a mixer, and other controllable buttons that connects to your computer or smartphone and is compatible with DJ software like Serato DJ. Read the […]

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22 Aug 2016

Bay Area Start-Ups Find Low-Cost Outposts in Arizona

Three years ago, Kate Rogers was caught in the Bay Area struggle. She paid the astronomical rents. She did the crushing commute. She lived the frustration of always thinking about money even though she was a well-paid professional in the booming technology industry. And then, just like that, the stress went away. All she had […]

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