New Story and 3D Printed Homes

Feld Thoughts

In the past four years, New Story has funded over 2,200 homes, building 17 communities for over 11,000 people across Mexico, Haiti, El Salvador, and Bolivia. This is a breakthrough technology that will cut costs, increase speed, and improve home design quality. In July 2015, I wrote about New Story asking readers to crowdfund one $6k house for a family in Haiti. At the time, Brett was only a few months into building New Story and had built less than twenty total homes.

The Boundaryless Era: the Time for Distributed Teams

ReadWriteStart

They’re low cost and capable of delivering specific — but mostly basic — engineering services. Reason Two: Ridiculously High Cost of Living in the Bay Area. A recent rent-survey in San Francisco found that the average cost for a one-bedroom apartment in the city is $3600 per month. At the birth of companies like Apple, there was less competition, and living costs and real-estate was less expensive.

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Invest in Israel Newsletter January 2012

VC Cafe

Hynix’s integration of Anobit’s solutions, has allowed the company to lower the flash memory costs for smartphones, digital cameras, and tablet computers. New York City will provide $100 million for the site’s site infrastructure, construction, and related costs. based in Lima, Peru, owns power stations producing 3,000 megawatts in seven countries: Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Panama, El Salvador, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic.

A Conversation with 2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang

View from Seed

One in five prime working age American men has not worked in the last twelve months, and our labor force participation rate is down to 62.9%, the same levels as El Salvador the Dominican Republic. In the public sphere, we take the opposite point of view where we regard people as costs. It’s shortsighted for us to try and treat everyone like a cost, because we end up paying for it anyway, and we pay for it in much darker, and more expensive ways.