WE'RE NOT TRYING TO BUILD A BUSINESS.
WE'RE TRYING TO BUILD A PROCESS.

Every great entrepreneur talks about failure as a mechanism for learning and ultimately for success. The goal of this project isn't to build a wonderfully successful startup—it's to fail a lot. We want to take fourteen very well-documented attempts at building something awesome and see what we can learn. The vast majority of our projects will fall flat on their face; they'll be poorly designed, lack execution, be marketing nightmares, and get no traction. But hopefully some will do well. We want to take all of those lessons and really understand what it takes to be successful in tech.

  1. Alpharabi.us

    December 2016

    Alpharabi.us is a Google Chrome extension that makes learning foreign language vocabulary easy. Our first version simply swaps out words, in the articles of your favorite sites, that are essential to learning one of several languages. That being said, our goal is to add more languages, more applicable websites, and increased grammatical complexity.

  2. Ferry

    January 2017

    Ferry will be launching at the end of January! Ferry uses the infrastructure of the human network to allow international delivery to underserved markets.