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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! We are getting in on the fun by encouraging you all to recognize your favorite teachers on Curious. If you publicly recognize a Curious teacher via Twitter, we will give them a $5 tip on your behalf, and also give you $5 to spend on any... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2014 at
Today Curious is celebrating our first year of public life--our birthday, so to speak. Curious launched on May 1st, 2013 with the hope that there were other people in the world like us. People who loved to learn things, and who felt learning could be just as fun as watching... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2014 at
Exciting news coming out of Curious World Headquarters today! First, we are proud to announce a partnership with GSV Capital, who is leading a new $15M investment in Curious <blush>. Second, we are announcing our first 50 Courses (or series of lessons) on topics ranging from Indie Filmaking 101 to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2014 at
I’ve been enthralled with the history of Sunset Magazine ever since I moved out to Northern California over 20 years ago. There’s something about the Sunset brand, and the look of the magazine, that is so honest and quintessentially Western. I don’t mean cowboy boots and country music “western,” I... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2013 at
Last week we announced the second phase of Curious’ plan for world domination: opening up the Curious publishing platform to all teachers (of all topics). When we launched Curious this May we started with over 100 hand-picked teachers offering over 500 lessons in topics ranging from pipe soldering to beer... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2013 at
Kevin Maney (one of my all-time favorite business journalists, formerly of USA Today) wrote a provocative piece in the new Newsweek magazine this morning that managed to simultaneously question and accept as inevitable, the promise of You can read it for yourself here but the basic premise is that... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2013 at
Today we are launching Curious on the iPad. This is especially sweet for us because we originally conceived of Curious on the iPad, not the web. In fact, if you look carefully you can see the rounded-edge screen of the iPad in the web version of the Curious lesson player.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 22, 2013 at
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Apr 30, 2013