It’s not news here in San Francisco, in the most dominant region of the Silicon World – I’m creating a company. I have built a prototype. I’ve tested with users. I’m no miracle worker, and there’s a long, long way to go. And I’ve got just a couple of months to get off the ground.
What makes it worthwhile is the mission.
End the Digital Divide
The Digital Divide will end. The question is “Why?”. Even with rapid, global smartphone growth and internet from the sky, there’s so much important work to be done to learn, educate and protect.
If we work very very hard, and are very very lucky, only a minuscule part of the world will progress because of our efforts. That part matters.
Starting a company, especially as a parent, isn’t for the faint of heart. I would be grateful for your feedback and support. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, follow at @humanassisted or me @hendler
“Soon the digital divide will not be between the haves and the have-nots. It will be between the know-hows and the non-know-hows.” – Howard Rheingold