Today, I’m publishing a letter that I penned with Nate D’Anna, co-founder and co-CEO of Dumpling, about Prop 22 and the status of gig workers. Prop 22 is the California ballot proposition that would exempt app-based transportation and delivery...
In spite of major technological progress, tech is often envisioned in the media with pessimism and dread. How have people's attitudes towards tech companies changed over time and what's in hold for the future?
pirate wires 17 // jack dorsey's disaster, the new york post in limbo, election interference?, measuring truth, and tech braces for impact
Mike Solanathe new york post has been locked out of twitter for six days. i wrote about last week's historic act of censorship, a week of disastrous leadership from tech, the nature of truth, and our new bi-partisan, anti-tech political reality.
The San Francisco Controller's Office estimated that Prop L, a measure on the November ballot, would cost the City 615 jobs and $60 million in annual GDP The proposal levy a tax on companies based on the ratio of the salary of the highest-paid...
According to the September rent report from listings website realtor.com, San Francisco’s rental prices experienced the steepest declines in the nation year-over-year in all three of its categories: studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom.