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On The Dot Woman – Dec 16, 2020
Ann-Christine Langselius: Her Miracle Products Prevent Fires Ann-Christine Langselius: Her Miracle Products Prevent Fires

When I caught the toaster on fire as a kid, I stood still, unable to make a quick decision about how to handle it. My mom ran into the room, extinguished the flames and barely winked. I thought it was some superpower only moms had.

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ArchDaily – Jul 28, 2020
This New Drawing App Shows How Digital Software Will Save Sketching, Not Destroy It This New Drawing App Shows How Digital Software Will Save Sketching, Not Destroy It

Mental Canvas is not the first software that attempts to save the act of sketching--we have seen 3D "sketching" tools such as SketchUp, as well as applications that simply simulate sketching on paper, such as Morpholio's popular range of sketching apps.

Written by: Ariana Zilliacus
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Teller Report – Jun 29, 2020
The Entrepreneur Lesson: ‘don’t Be Endlessly Concerned With Small Things’ The Entrepreneur Lesson: ‘don’t Be Endlessly Concerned With Small Things’

The following applies to entrepreneurship: people learn by doing. By making mistakes or doing things differently next time, a company can flourish. In Lesson learned, entrepreneurs share how they themselves have become wise through damage and shame. This week: Founder of iLost Hanneke Stegweg keeps her goals in focus by dancing away from everything.

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Forbes – Jun 9, 2020
While Discussing Hate, The Internet Falls In Love With A Little Doll Named Zoe While Discussing Hate, The Internet Falls In Love With A Little Doll Named Zoe

Yelitsa Jean-Charles fired off the fateful tweet this past weekend from an unsuspecting place: an air mattress on the floor of her recently acquired—and not yet completely furnished—Detroit apartment.

Written by: Abram Brown
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Tech Crunch – May 27, 2020
Siren Raises $11.8m For Its Limb-saving Smart Socks Siren Raises $11.8m For Its Limb-saving Smart Socks

Can a pair of socks help those with diabetes avoid foot amputations? That’s one of the ideas behind Siren, a company that’s building smart, washable fabric wearables — the first of which is a pair of socks meant to help those with diabetes monitor their foot health and detect dangerous injuries early. They’ve just raised an $11.8 million Series B to help get it done.

Written by: Greg Kumparak
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Forbes – May 27, 2020
Black Girl Sunscreen Secures $1 Million From Female Investor Amid COVID-19 Black Girl Sunscreen Secures $1 Million From Female Investor Amid COVID-19

This month, Black Girl Sunscreen (BGS) secured a $1 million dollar investment from a private female funding source.

Written by: Dominique Fluker
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