If we have a sand shortage, Olympic beach volleyball, new homes and roads, fracking, water filtration, and so much more will be affected.
Whereas we know the size of an inch and a mile, standardized dress sizes were developed and then abandoned in the United States.
Whether looking at the iPhone or at Washington state’s farmers, producers care about apple patents that protect new products.
Transforming our pizza delivery, our factories, our warehouses and our cars, the many sides of robotics make it our newest frenemy.
When technology bites back, it forces us to recognize that all new things can have unintended consequences that offset the benefits of innovation.
Suggesting luxury or freshness or just plain pleasing, sometimes product sounds can be an unforgettable competitive tool.
With “click to plop” in just 13 minutes, last week’s totally automated Amazon drone delivery to a real customer can create huge cost savings.
Talking turnaround, planes and clothing can be rather similar. Where are we going? To productivity. Southwest Turnaround Typically between places like Dallas and San Antonio, in 1971 Southwest flew only short haul flights in Texas. As a discount airline with fares that were…