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FORTNIGHT JOURNAL

Documenting the potential of the millennial generation.

In a sense, a Millennial entrepreneur is like an uber-Millennial. Millennial entrepreneurs exhibit an amped-up version of many of the traits intrinsic to their generation as a whole — they are even more tech savvy, more empowered and more wound up for success. They have an intense desire to change the world by remixing and reshaping industries to give power to the people instead of to an elite few at the top.

As Susan Gregg from online retailer Modcloth notes on her website, “We want to fundamentally change the fashion industry! For so long, creating fashion has been this top-down process.” Modcloth gives fans a voice through its “Be The Buyer” feature, allowing them to vote on potential inventory to be sold on the site.

Alison Hillhouse (via frequencyofwords)

curiositycounts:

Mark Ronson is creating a new kind of soundtrack for the Olympics by recording and mixing athletes’ sounds and noises, a fine addition to these great projects creating music in unusual ways.   (via)

(Source: curiositycounts)

nprmusic:


Hopefully, one day I won’t have to be so caught up in all of that day-to-day, the Twitter and the Instagram. But I also would like to at some point turn off and take a break and also be, like, an artist.

Madi Diaz via How To Succeed In The Music Business (By Trying Really, Really Hard)

nprmusic:

Hopefully, one day I won’t have to be so caught up in all of that day-to-day, the Twitter and the Instagram. But I also would like to at some point turn off and take a break and also be, like, an artist.

Madi Diaz via How To Succeed In The Music Business (By Trying Really, Really Hard)

j——me:

unseen-blower:

God fhose keywords.

This is too, too perfect.

lnpoore:

“I want to be a landscape architect”

(Source: lindseyntabor)

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