Private Recipe to Public Product: The Cost of Starting Up a Food Business

It starts with a cracker. Or, rather, the lack of a cracker—the perfect cracker; the exact cracker you want. You start experimenting in your kitchen, and experimentation leads to coming up with something you like. Soon, you discover it’s not just you who’s a fan: your moody teenagers love it, your crabby aunt loves it, the … [ Read more]

Art, Printed: Computers are redefining fine art. But is that a good thing?

Watching a lumbering 3D printer slowly churn back and forth, painstakingly adding minute layer to minute layer of material to an ambiguous shape is far from exciting. It can take hours—sometimes days—until a final product reveals itself. But for as cumbersome as 3D printing can be, the technology has had a profound impact on the art … [ Read more]