TORCHGRIP helps pilots handle flight deck tablets

Next week, hundreds of thousands of airplane geeks, from more than 70 countries will descend on Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, WI for the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) annual AirVenture. Billed as the “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration®”, AirVenture 2016 will make the Oshkosh airport the busiest airfield in the world. More than 10,000 aircraft, from

Shoes of the future?

Here’s an interesting product I think is long overdue: Shoes that wrap around your feet like socks, and allow you to walk comfortably on hard or rocky surfaces. The brand name is Furoshiki: For about $110 you can get this innovation from Vibram. The Japanese company states: The concept for this type of footwear was

An innovative way startups are using empty booths

Many high-end restaurants that don’t open until late afternoon or evening are rife with opportunity. What to do with space that goes unused for most of the day? How about run a company? Several startups are offering off-hours restaurant spaces as an affordable alternative to traditional coworking offices, reports FastCompany: Turning empty offices into coworking

Nintendo wins big with “Pokémon GO” mobile app

If you see young people wandering through your city looking for digital creatures to catch, don’t distract them! These are Pokémon fans, who are intently playing a brand new location-based mobile app game called Pokémon Go. How big of a deal is this? It’s huge: The Apple and Android app debuted last Wednesday evening in the

Do you suffer from “imposter syndrome?”

Innovative people seem fearless when it comes to moving outside their comfort zones to try new things.  But I can assure you it is quite common for those who appear confident to actually fear that they are not worthy of their position or achievements. It’s called the impostor syndrome, and Harvard Business Review has an