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The Margins is a group blog by Can Duruk and Ranjan Roy. It’s loosely about business of technology industry, and also technology of the business. We like the name, and the symmetry. We are interested in how technology is changing the busin…
The Sunday Dispatches has been my weekly newsletter since November of 2013. The goal has never been growth, sales, or some sort of world domination scheme involving robots (or to a lesser extent, aliens). My focus has always been telling st…
Platformer is your daily guide to understanding social networks and their relationships with the world. It's the best way to keep up on the events that mattered at Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter, Snap, and TikTok — with regular guest appearances
Joachim Klement is an investment strategist based in London. Throughout his professional career, Joachim focused on asset allocation, economics, equities and alternative investments. But no matter the focus, he always looked at markets with…
I’m Late to This is from me, Myles Udland, an anchor & reporter at Yahoo Finance. It will be published once a week on Saturday or Sunday mornings (usually Sunday) & covers things I’m interested in: sports, business, commentators being wrong, & so on
PETITION provides analysis, commentary and curated links about restructuring and bankruptcy. We discuss disruption, from the vantage point of the disrupted...
FRNTIER is where innovation is found. Our aim is to concisely identify innovation in every sector. This post explores our approach to this. We will cover what we mean by innovation; why innovation is important; how we identify...
Stratechery provides analysis of the strategy and business side of technology and media, and the impact of technology on society. Weekly Articles are free, while three Daily Updates a week are for subscribers only.
Standing oration is a bonfire for public speakers. Huddle around with the rest of us, as we talk about living and working as a public speaker.
My full name is Tina Roth Eisenberg. I started swissmiss in March of 2005 as my personal visual archive. Little did I know that it would eventually grow into a popular design journal with an average of 1 million unique visitors a month. I…
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