If there is an epicenter for the folklore around people starting multi billion dollar companies out of their garage, Silicon Valley would surely be it. The garage where Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett founded the Hewlett-Packard Company (HP as it’s known today) has long been Silicon Valley’s number one startup garage. Now, 26 years after it(…)
Located at the center of Stanford University, the Stanford Memorial Church was built by Jane Stanford as a memorial to her husband Leland. Dedicated in 1903, the church was one of the earlier non-denominational churches on the West coast of the United States and survived through two major earthquakes in 1906 and 1989.
There is nothing quite like watching your favorite band play live at an amazing concert venue or music festival. However, sometimes you just can’t get to the show – especially if it’s sold out. That’s where David Carrico, co-founder of startup EVNTLIVE, comes in. David’s vision is to make concerts available “anywhere, anytime.” by offering an(…)
It’s easy to lose track of time in Startup Land due to the fact that we only have two seasons: “warm” and “less warm”. However, we do have some obvious visual clues (leaves falling, colored lights, fleece, etc.) as well as a few seasonal markers. My new favorite is the opening ceremony for the Mavericks(…)
When most people think of Silicon Valley they usually think one of three things: technology giants such as Apple, Google and Facebook, robot controlled factories churning out Tesla electric cars, or garages filled with entrepreneurs. While those conceptions continue to dominate headlines, some new cultural ventures might just put Startup Land on “the map” in(…)