Andrew Hyde has a passion for community, writing, travel and startups. He has founded three startups (one failed, one sold and his current project is doing quite well). With roots in freelancing and design, he can hold a conversation about best interface practices as well as how to build cabins with hand tools. He is also a marathoner, Ironman competitor, blogger and event organizer. He started Ignite Boulder, TEDxBoulder, a food/tech/music conference boco and once spent a flight making a stupid tshirt site that every VC in the world has seen.
Community, usability, design and startups.
The real estate market can be devalued with data and a single person working against the ownership fallacy. Current prices bank on that person not stepping up.
Startups, design, usability, the hidden clock of community and wilderness.
Long distance backpacking, minimalism, designing large group social dynamics and gluten free cooking.