One of the things that you find in trying to innovate and develop software is that it is hard to outsource the coding elsewhere. While there are exceptions to this rule, one sees the spur to innovation built into a process where people are able to tinker with...Continue reading »
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As I noted a couple of weeks ago, the winds are set to blow more manufacturing back to the US over the next 20 years. The first reason that I noted in that post is the changing demography of China. The second reason — and topic of this...Continue reading »
The winds are set to blow more manufacturing back to the US over the next 20 years. One reason is demographic. Another reason is the nature of manufacturing innovation. This post looks at demography, while future posts will look at what is happening with manufacturing innovation. The demography...Continue reading »
I blogged about the Maker Movement — that movement aiming to disrupt the physical world in ways reminiscent of what is going on in the digital world. New technologies that let artisans and entrepreneurs create physical products, personalized to express their creativity, at much cheaper cost also mean...Continue reading »
This blog is about the innovation enabled by the Internet in its many incarnations and the industries that have been disrupted by non-experts. The digital world has empowered almost anyone to take on incumbents. But what about hacking the rest of the world? Imagine the same revolution in...Continue reading »