Like a 3-D printer manufacturing parts for itself, today's lone, non-technical entrepreneurs can fabricate a startup from almost nothing but their own time. One enterprising teenager from Florida takes a particularly lean approach.
Earlier this year the foundation gave a group of young fellows $100k and two years of mentoring in exchange for quitting college. The experiment is still playing out. But they're accepting applications for the next group. Here, the heads of the foundation make their case.