The Future of Housing: 3D-Printed Apartments?
As this hits your inbox, NASA will have already announced its big discovery about the moon…
That is just one of many space headlines that has crossed my desk since we last spoke.
If you feel like you are hearing a lot of about space in the news these days, you’re not wrong. As I mentioned heading into last week, space and space tech are dominating the headlines recently.
Whether Starlink launched more satellites (which it did, again, two days ago) or big tech companies are teaming up to bring the future of technology to the globe… space is the future.
Here is what I’m looking at this week:
1. Elon Musk to Provide Internet to One School District
To help bridge the digital divide, Elon Musk plans to provide satellite internet access to a Texas school district.
When many schools across the country went remote back in March, one thing became clear fast: High-speed internet was needed to help keep our kids educated.
If you live in a city or right outside a major city, this may not be an issue. But many of America’s rural areas still don’t have access to the broadband they need.
2. The Future of Housing: 3D-Printed Apartments?
For a little over $100K you could have your very own 3D-printed apartment.
CEO of Mighty Buildings Sam Ruben says he came up with his idea to try to solve the housing crisis. A 3D-printed studio could be up and ready in as little as two weeks… crushing normal construction timelines.
Yes, you still have to deal with permits, attaching utilities and zoning laws… but Mighty Buildings will handle all of that for you for an extra cost.
Would you move into a 3D-printed house? Share why or why not, here: AskRay@SevenFigurePublishing.com.
3. The Monopoly of Google Search
Have you ever been looking for a quick answer… thrown a question into Google… and had to wade through a ton of ads — some completely unrelated to your search — before getting what you needed?
Well, you’re not alone.
How Google filters search results and delivers them to you is just one of the things Congress hopes to get a handle on.
Has Google gone too far?
4. Microsoft Teams up With SpaceX
Microsoft and SpaceX are teaming up to launch Azure Space.
With Azure Space, Microsoft aims to launch its cloud computing platform into space to make it available anywhere across the globe.
To do this, Microsoft wants to use Starlink’s internet satellites.
5. The Vote Is Green
When I first started looking into the future of the cannabis industry in the U.S. only a handful of states had laws legalizing the plant.
Now 33 states have laws legalizing the medical use of marijuana… and 11 and D.C. have legalized marijuana for recreational use.
Along with choosing who will sit in the White House, five states are voting to legalize marijuana in some form on Tuesday next week.
What has your interest this week? Shoot me an email and let me know!
To a bright future,