Lucie Greene’s new book “Silicon States” is about the danger of concentrating so much power in so few hands.
To Live and Die in Utopian New Zealand
How the super rich like Peter Thiel are buying land in New Zealand to survive the apocalypse.
Silicon Valley’s Spin Master
After helping shape the public image of numerous tech companies, Margit Wennmachers is now helping shape the story of Silicon Valley itself.
Money For Nothing in the Bitcoin Bubble
The cryptocurrency gold rush has made millionaires out of those obsessed with changing the world order.
The More We Disrupt, The More Things Are Exactly The Same
TL;DR: tech titans have a lot of sex and drug parties at which they disrupt conventional morality by… replicating conventional sexist, heteronormative behaviors.
“Oh My God, This Is So F—ed Up”: Inside Silicon Valley’s Secretive, Orgiastic Dark Side
While the guys get laid, the women get screwed.
Why Aren’t Fashion ‘Disruptors’ Serving Plus-Size Customers?
Apparently making pants for fat people is so radically difficult from making pants for thin people that it will take years of additional R&D.
‘This is the Most Inexplicable Story in Sports of the Last 20 Years’
An interview with Erik Malinowski, author of ‘Betaball,’ which details the improbable rise of the Golden State Warriors.
Ellen Pao Is Ready to Name Names
In an excerpt from her upcoming book, Pao reveals the harassment and discrimination she experienced at a Silicon Valley venture firm.
Putting Creativity on Your Tab
Dropping acid at the office? Everybody’s doing it.