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Mail digitizing service Earth Class Mail acquires receipt digitizing service Shoeboxed – TechCrunch

Earth Class Mail, a company that digitizes your physical mail so you don’t have to go to the mailbox every day, today announced that it has acquired receipt scanning and...

Shelf Engine uses machine learning to stop food waste from eating into store margins...

Shelf Engine’s team While running Molly’s, the Seattle-based ready meal wholesaler he founded, Stefan Kalb was upset about its 28 percent food wastage rate. Feeling that the amount was “astronomical,” he...

Kapwing is Adobe for the meme generation – TechCrunch

Need to resize a video for IGTV? Add subtitles for Twitter? Throw in sound effects for YouTube? Or collage it with other clips for the Instagram feed? Kapwing lets...

Burger robot startup Creator opens first restaurant – TechCrunch

Creator’s transparent burger robot doesn’t grind your brisket and chuck steak into a gourmet patty until you order it. That’s just one way this startup, formerly known as Momentum...

A Flying Saucer Tortillero – AVC

I am a big fan of small creative projects on Kickstarter. And I also love supporting creators from other parts of the world. As an example, I backed this project out...

Keep A Real Job Until Your New Venture Shows Traction

One of the big decisions every aspiring entrepreneur has to make is when to quit your current job to devote yourself fulltime to your new startup. Some of you are...

Is insurance a rich enough game to disrupt? – TechCrunch

Martha Notaras Contributor For the last decade, the largest technology companies have increasingly looked outside of tech to grow their operations. From automotive to retail to groceries, these companies use massive competitive...

Steve Blank Hacking for Defense at Columbia University

Posted on February 17, 2018 by steveblank Over the last year we’ve been rolling out the Hacking for X classes in universities across the U.S. – Hacking for Defense, Hacking for...

How To Work Fewer Hours Than You Sleep

The traditional structure of nine to five is no longer, and the average American works 47 hours a week. We’re working over the recommended limit and conversely, sleeping under the...

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U to the X to the WHY?

By Stu Ross, 4 March 2018U to the X to the WHY?Surfers, cruisers and users of the digital world — good UX matters, right?The role of User Experience...

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