4 Countries That Are Leaving Silicon Valley In Their Tracks

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Every few months there seems to be another region somewhere in the world that claims to be the next Silicon Valley. Sometimes the new high-tech hub is hyped up, but other times, it’s evident that there’s something special brewing. These countries have digitized governments that will put our Healthcare.gov problems to shame, fast broadband Internet speeds ...

The Difficulties Of Running A Sex-Inspired Startup

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Cindy Gallop has a thing for younger men. It was her experience dating younger men–and her realization that they were overly influenced by pornography–that led her to launch MakeLoveNotPorn (MLNP), a user-generated digital marketplace trying to “normalize” real sex. Gallop’s reasoning is that our anti-sex culture prevents us from talking about sex and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for us to ...

There’s One Simple Thing That Marie Claire’s Editor-In-Chief Says Creates Success

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“Sitting in Anne Fulenwider’s bright, mostly white office in New York’s Hearst Tower, it’s hard not to be in awe of the put-together woman next to you. First, her resume is extremely impressive. Prior to her editor-in-chief position at Marie Claire (and an earlier executive editor position with the company), Fulenwider was editor-in-chief at Condé Nast’s ...

This Artist Co-Op Is Transforming Abandoned Atlanta Neighborhoods Into Prime Estate

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Startup Dashboard Co-op has changed the face of the historic east Atlanta neighborhood called Edgewood Avenue from just plain old back to gold. Edgewood Ave had once been a thriving community until its residents abandoned the area. For decades following the end of segregation, the rows of neglected buildings stood empty until a contemporary art company decided in 2011 to rip down the boards ...