Strangers with similar interests, hobbies and needs are being connected through smart services. Algorithms, using a mix of social, location and demographic data are intelligently matching people with one another.
Food trucks are becoming a cultural phenomenon. They draw long line ups that include students and businessmen and some have a cult status Twitter following. Grant McCracken explains what they're doing right.
After spending $5,000 on solar panels for his home, Colin Cole of frog, realized his 'eco-fit' didn't qualify for utility rebates. Going green is an expensive and complicated process. Why would anyone make the effort?
Chief Marketing Officer Tim Leberecht of frog, says adaptation, improvisation, rapid experimentation, fast failing, a high tolerance for ambiguity, super-flexibility are marking the beginning of a new era of doing business.
Ed Cotton delves into the meaning of 'local' beyond the food and restaurant industry and what it means in the face of a world that is still very dependant on mass-produced products developed in faraway lands.