Offices in closets and homemade lasagna are just some of the highlights from Fast Company's formative years, as told by founding editors Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, and others who were there at the beginning.
Not long ago, we believed in technology's outsized potential to move markets and to transform industries. Now the promise of technology seems unfulfilled. What's next? Will technology take a backseat? Or are we about to see a new role for technology — one that is smarter, sharper, and more sustainable?