Thoughtful analysis of the trends, companies, and people defining the tech sector.
Digital Dungeon Masters, vendor management for SMBs, and The Athletic for local news.
Why IAC, the "anti-conglomerate" with a distinct identity, could be heading toward a breakout.
Reviewing my predictions from a chaotic year.
Digital "Terrace House," executable documents, and new museums.
Former Paypal founder Max Levchin is bringing another payment behemoth to the public markets.
Nintendo needs to level-up if it's to maximize the value of its IP.
The food delivery business has profited from the pandemic. Where can it go next?
Airbnb has shown remarkable resilience in the face of adversity.
Staking creators, Twitter for podcasts, essential oils, and developer credentials.
QR codes are catching on. They may offer the fastest route to the "mirrorworld."
Compounders rule everything around me (and you). The post that sparked a legal war.
An explanation of why The Generalist’s initial piece on compounders was removed from the website, and why it has returned in a revised form.
Jenny Friedman discusses her path into VC and missing out on Dipsea.
Tech's multi-hyphenate talks about working at Product Hunt, founding On Deck, and investing with Village Global.
How do creators monetize? By promoting, selling, or investing.