Christopher MimsOne thing I appreciate about Gessen is their comprehensive, even imaginative empathy for the soul of America, the psychic wounds the average American has suffered over the past 20 years, and how it has all led to this present moment.
The CEO, who splits his time between two companies, delegates most major business decisions in part so he can pursue his personal passions—including an intense curiosity about others. His management style now faces one of its biggest tests.
Ellen K. Pao was an unlikely troublemaker. A graduate of Princeton, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Business School, she was hired in 2005 by Silicon
Christopher Mims“Many people of my generation went to Silicon Valley because we wanted to change the world, make it a better place.
It’s sad. What we hoped would become a unifier of society fragmented it even more.”
Four-figure phones have become standard, but the best value can be found in less-expensive models that still deliver great cameras, long-lasting batteries and future-proof 5G connectivity, Nicole Nguyen writes.
Christopher Mimsit's October 2020, we've known how to contain this virus for at least 6 months, and yet doctors in Utah are going to have to start deciding who lives and who dies in the wealthiest country on earth
On how everyone's a vote-fluencer, the myth of youth voter apathy, and the stakes in 2020.
Christopher MimsWhy don't more young people vote?
Easy to blame "apathy", but for many, it's just as much logistics.
America makes it hard for many to vote, period.
Good stuff as usual from (@terrygtnguyen's Gen Yeet)
Sebastian’s mum has grown a big online following by spreading dangerous Covid conspiracy theories.
Christopher Mims“How my mum fell for conspiracy theories” is an extreme example, but increasingly I wonder if those most vulnerable to the depredations of social media are almost a separate category, uniquely and perhaps even identifiably susceptible to its mechanics