What if there was a place where young people could learn cooking skills, along with the softer skills of showing up on time and working in teams? There is. It’s called The Portland Kitchen. And their success is reproducible.
We seem to be heading full speed back to the late nineteenth century. It was also a time of great wealth for a few and squalor for many. And of corruption, as the lackeys of robber barons deposited sacks of cash on the desks of pliant legislators.
3D printers—is there anything they CAN’T do? Apparently not. Because we’re printing houses now. Not just houses. Villas. Five-story apartment buildings. With a 3D printer that’s 100 feet long and “ink” that’s made of recycled construction materials.