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It seems that tech entrepreneurs and investors are getting dinged a bit lately for being, well, out of touch. Not a fair or accurate representation of all of them. All of us. Exhibit 1: John Guydon, CEO of The Lassy Project. The Lassy Project enables parents and caregivers to create ‘villages’ or splinter social networks

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Posted By Guido Mengelkamp, Partner, INEX Advisors Connecting Humans Every week, 1.5 million people join the urban population: a “new” London every 1.5-months, a new Tokyo every 2. The West took over two centuries to move from the countryside to the city; the East is transitioning much faster. In 1800, only 2% of the world

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By Real Leaders · October 17, 2014 Chris Rezendes, Founder and Partner, INEX Advisors We are leaving one age and entering another. The information age is waning and we are entering something new. Something beyond social, mobile and the cloud. The great synthesis perhaps. Between virtual and physical. Digital and analog. Silicon and carbon. Maybe,

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Posted by Guido Mengelkamp, partner at INEX Advisors. On October 15, 2014, the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) announced it is joining forces with the Green Building Certification Institute (GIBC). The full press release profiling the deal can be found here: https://www.gresb.com/news#n249. The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) is an industry-driven organization assessing

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EVERYBODY and their grandparents in emerging IoT markets are launching ‘platforms’. Everyone. For anything. Table salt application platform. Watchband notch selection platform. Navel lint analysis and interpretation platform. There are hundreds, perhaps thousands of other IoT platforms that are in one stage or another of development or deployment. The vast majority of them will flame

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Sometime in the fall of 2030, one of our children may win the National Book Award, or perhaps a Pulitzer, for nonfiction, or fiction about this decade, technology and its impacts on a number of systems. The title of the book might be: Cranes and Praying Mantis I Am My Own Brand No Third Rails,

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