Innovating at a large corporation or at a government agency can be difficult. It means doing things differently, introducing new concepts and embracing failure. The larger you are, the harder it can be to change the way you do things – even if it’s for the better. To combat that, the U.S. Air Force decided to create a new program dedicated to solving some of the toughest problems it faces via collaborations… Read More
When you travel, especially by air, you have to make some tough packing choices. Usually, my hardest decisions come down to which shoes I’ll bring – because you can’t bring them all, and they take up a ton of space in my carry on bag. When picking the perfect shoe (or shoes) for travel you have to weigh such factors as weather, length of trip, the purpose of the trip, and travel… Read More
On this episode of Somewhat Frank, I sits down over breakfast in Tampa Bay, Florida with the Established team of Jen Consalvo and Joe Corbett to discuss the serious Apple’s Siri and how it works or sometimes doesn’t work the way we all expected.
Can one email change your life? Yes, it can. Earlier this year I received a simple email that read: “My business is interested in acquiring a leading US Tech website. Tech.co is one of the best tech sites out there and I would love to talk to you further about your business.” Actually, I didn’t even see it at first as I had been traveling a lot and my email inbox had been piling up… Read More
Frank Gruber and his partner Jen Consalvo visited with two time Sundance film festival winner Ondi Timoner in the micro-documentary, The City Startup. The episode covers the Downtown Project, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s revitalization project of downtown Las Vegas. It is a city as a startup and the video above shows how Frank and Jen are helping shape the tech startup scene in the city.