You are currently browsing the archives for the STARTUPS category


My latest feature for Content Magazine includes the startup responsible for a new era in 3D printing.


Screen Shot 2015-04-08 at 3.33.09 PM

Space, Meet Your First 3D Printer

Screen Shot 2015-04-02 at 10.45.45 AMI talked to the guys responsible for the first 3-D printer to successfully work in space and they’re changing NASA’s “failure is not an option” culture. This was a fun one!

Most Interesting Interviews of 2013

4-pic stories 2013From actresses to entrepreneurs, see my favorite profiles I wrote in 2013.

Here, share, everywhere.

I recently interviewed two startups using Bluetooth for two very different purposes. One for a remote control-esque bike lock, while the other for a traditional watch.

Taking a classic approach to the smart watch phenomenon, San Jose-based Doozy Inc. has created one minus the predominately digital display plus the throwback factor. It’s not your grandma’s watch— nor is it your grandson’s. You can read my interview with Doozy CEO Carl Leung here.

Meanwhile, San Francisco-based Mesh Motion has harnessed Bluetooth into wireless bike locking, unlocking and even sharing. Founder Mehrdad Majzoobi gave me inside look at BitLock,  its five-year battery life and his ideas on innovating the bike sharing economy. You can check out the interview here.






First African Startup Joins Silicon Valley’s Elite

Two years ago, three young men had an idea for a prototype, presented it to the biggest little companies in Ghana and secured 20 paying clients, all within 54 hours. The product? Dropifi, a contact widget that helps small businesses sort feedback from customers.

Full story on

Metro Cover Story: Stream of Concertness

My story on start-up EVNTLIVE was featured as this week’s cover story for Metro Silicon Valley. (Yay!) I’m excited to tell the story of this company’s virtual concert venue and how others in the space are using technology to stream live performances. Read on and let me know your thoughts!

Collage Couture

There once was a small startup of geeky engineer girls who became fashion’s most respected players. This is their story.

Social Widgets powered by