29 Jul '14, 1pm
Our guest editor, Stacy Smedley of @theSEEDcollaborative, riffs on her pet peeve and more in our latest "On the Spot"
July/August 2014 On the Spot: Stacy Smedley The founder of the SEED Collaborative and this issue’s guest editor describes the perfect city, what she’d do if she won the lottery, and how to use the term ‘partisan’ Interview by Timothy A. Schuler An article you recently shared: “A Toy Kit for Little Architects and Engineers,” Fast Company , January 31, 2014 Building you would save if the world was going to end: Philosophically, I think it would be a school, except the school I would want to save hasn’t been built. One book everyone should read: Atlas Shrugged Most memorable mentor or teacher: My mom. What she taught me wasn’t out of books. It was how to make goals and reach them, how to think big but start small, how to have confidence in myself and my values, and how to take the time to appreciate life with all of its challenges and successes—because that makes it interesti...