Book and templates for exploring feasibility of ideas.
Lists reports including reports on senior scholars (late-career academics).
The Washington Post: Syrian civilians alerted to airstrikes by volunteer spotters with secret smartphone app
Entrepreneurs to the rescue using technology to save lives
The idea for the lollipops, her company’s first product, came to Alina back in 2012, when she was just seven years old. As the nationally publicized story goes, on her way out of the bank with her father, she was offered a lollipop. Tom warned her that the lollipop would rot her teeth, and so Alina began wondering how to make a tooth-friendly version. Two years of online research, at least a hundred attempts at concocting lollipops in their home oven, stove, microwave and numerous plant trials later — where they tested their oven-melted concoctions on commercial production equipment — and Alina and her father secured their first meeting, and ultimately their first retail placement, with Whole Foods.
A web browser based animation making app. Free version does basics.
The Kansas City Star: Boozie Shakes, braised short rib omelets for breakfast? St. Louis chain opens in O.P.
Story of the Shack. Started as a mistake.