Back in October I was invited to speak at Cornell University’s first annual TEDx event. The theme of the evening was “rethinking our society”, so naturally, my talk focused on how open source concepts could be used to re-imagine how our world works.
This event was featured in the Cornell Chronicle on 11/01/2011 This past weekend was the first annual Interdisciplinary Sustainability Student Summit (ISSS). I organized the event along with my fellow Cornell University Sustainable Design team leaders. The summit, held at the General Assembly in New York City’s Flatiron district, hosted[…]
Talking with all the aspiring engineers at BlueStamp Engineering last week went over so well that Dave and Robin (the co-founders) asked me to come back and speak again this week. This time, we actually remembered to film my talk, so you can check it out below. Dave asked me[…]
Talking to some of the BlueStamp Engineering Students Today I got the unique opportunity to stop by BlueStamp Engineering, a summer enrichment program for aspiring engineers. Dave Young, the co-founder and Chief Engineering Officer is a fellow blogger at the element14 Do-It-Yourself blog, and is a Electrical Engineer based out[…]
I hope all of you celebrated Earth Day this past Friday! Last week was Earth Week at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in New York City, and I headed down there for 3 days with other members of Cornell University’s Sustainable Design Team to teach kids about ways they could be[…]
Watch the Live Stream of the Event! Enlighten Us. But make it quick! That’s the motto of the Ignite Speaker series. The premise is that a bunch of presenters go up in front of an audience, and talk about something cool. Each person gets 5 minutes, and 20 slides that[…]