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The Pirate Wires newsletter tends to summarize and riff on current events, whereas podcast episodes and longer-form essays deep dive into fringe, uncomfortable, or otherwise strange topics I find interesting. In the broadest sense, I like to focus on
Hello internet, and all the ships at sea! My name is Alexandra Erin. I wear a lot of different hats, and also separately from that I perform a lot of roles. I’m an author, a commentator on news and culture, a poet, an enthusiast for wearable...
Data for the decentralized economy. Today, public blockchains and other crypto networks offer incredibly compelling datasets which are only beginning to be understood. We strongly...
I’ve been lucky to be a venture capitalist since 2010, and wake up every day excited to try to find and invest in the next big thing. The next world-changing product and business. The once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity. A “generational”
CryptoSlate is your source for trusted, objective and well-researched cryptocurrency and blockchain journalism. When reading CryptoSlate, you can expect: Industry expertise—all CryptoSlate analysts and...
The Diff is a daily newsletter covering inflection points in finance and technology. I aim to answer a simple question: in a few centuries, when historians reach a consensus on what was happening today, what will they believe?
Are you tired of people yelling in 280 characters about data science, Javascript frameworks, or tech companies on Twitter? Tired of threads 1/37? Come here for a little more nuanced, civilized take of stuff that I just don’t have room to put on...
A curious dive into the rise of conversational technology (think messaging apps, voice assistants, and chatbots). And the way they’re shaping the conversation online and off.
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…
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