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Emotional Baggage  ·  December 6, 2019 Why are we all paying a tax to credit card companies?  ·  November 16, 2019 Why Did The Boeing 737 Max Crash?  ·  October 23, 2019 Inside TurboTax’s 20-Year Fight to Stop Americans From Filing Their Taxes for Free  ·  October 18, 2019 Peter Thiel’s dinners are the hottest ticket in L.A. So what’s his endgame?  ·  October 3, 2019 The Internet Is Overrun With Images of Child Sexual Abuse. What Went Wrong?  ·  September 29, 2019 The Sterile, Efficient Life of a Millennial  ·  September 28, 2019 The Intelligence of Plants  ·  September 26, 2019 Recipe for disaster: The meteoric rise and ongoing demise of Blue Apron  ·  September 19, 2019 America’s Orthodox Jews Are Selling A Ton Of The Products You Buy On Amazon  ·  September 10, 2019 The New American Homeless  ·  September 5, 2019 Ten Years On, Foursquare Is Now Checking In to You  ·  August 27, 2019 The House Is Haunted by the Echo of Your Last Goodbye  ·  August 25, 2019 Vision Zero Is The Wrong Goal  ·  August 21, 2019 Why is everything late, over-budget, and broken in San Francisco?  ·  August 15, 2019 Uber’s Path of Destruction  ·  May 19, 2019 The Moral Peril of Meritocracy  ·  April 6, 2019 The foodoo economics of meal delivery  ·  March 20, 2019 The world pulls the Andon cord on the 737 Max  ·  March 12, 2019 Eliminating minimum parking requirements makes San Francisco more livable  ·  December 27, 2018 Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young  ·  August 16, 2018 It’s weirdly hard to steal Mark Zuckerberg’s trash  ·  August 5, 2018 Nestlé Makes Billions Bottling Water It Pays Nearly Nothing For  ·  April 5, 2018 Gender and your kitchen design  ·  April 5, 2018 Venture-backed scooters  ·  April 5, 2018 Short Cuts  ·  April 5, 2018 Outside Voices  ·  April 5, 2018 The science behind looking like your name  ·  March 20, 2018 An interview with Bernie Madoff  ·  March 20, 2018 To Combat Loneliness, Promote Social Health  ·  March 2, 2018 Full-sentence movie titles are increasingly common  ·  March 2, 2018 How Pop-Ups Took Over America’s Restaurants  ·  March 2, 2018 Oprah follows up with the partisan voters in Michigan about Donald Trump  ·  February 23, 2018 Why people wait in lines  ·  February 15, 2018 Brotopia  ·  February 15, 2018 Why Paper Jams Persist  ·  February 15, 2018 The wealth of Sapiens  ·  February 6, 2018 You Aren’t In the Crowd, You Are the Crowd  ·  February 6, 2018 Social Decay  ·  February 6, 2018 A Paper Tears Apart in a City That Never Quite Came Together  ·  February 6, 2018 Why Brooks Needs Runners Who Hate to Run  ·  February 6, 2018 Clear and Verifiable  ·  February 6, 2018 Trashed: Inside the Deadly World of Private Garbage Collection  ·  February 6, 2018 Why Does Every Lifestyle Startup Look the Same?  ·  February 6, 2018 Good vs. Better at Bad  ·  February 5, 2018 In the Footsteps of Robert Moses  ·  October 2, 2017 This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley  ·  October 2, 2017 The Dying Art of Disagreement  ·  October 2, 2017 America Wasn’t Built for Humans  ·  October 2, 2017 Don’t Let Your (Technology) Tools Use You  ·  October 2, 2017 Privacy at Apple  ·  September 29, 2017 The Great Tech Panic of 2017  ·  September 29, 2017 We cannot afford to be indifferent to internet spying  ·  September 29, 2017 With Liberty and Sans Serif for All  ·  September 29, 2017 Nothing to hide  ·  September 29, 2017 The Executive Computer - ‘Mother of All Markets’ or a ‘Pipe Dream Driven by Greed’?  ·  September 29, 2017 The best weekend activities are most likely not the ones you’re currently doing  ·  September 27, 2017 Why Paul Krugman Is Wrong About Wearables  ·  September 27, 2017 Addicted to Your iPhone? You’re Not Alone  ·  September 20, 2017 You are the product  ·  September 20, 2017 Cal Newport on taking your life back from technology  ·  September 20, 2017 How I Got My Attention Back  ·  September 20, 2017 How Instagram Makes You Basic, Boring, and Completely Deranged  ·  September 20, 2017 Active Listening  ·  September 20, 2017 The Privilege of Logging Off  ·  September 17, 2017 You’re Using Foursquare All the Time. You Just Don’t Know It  ·  September 5, 2017 Designing the new foursquare  ·  August 9, 2017 Mapping the Shadows of New York City: Every Building, Every Block  ·  December 22, 2016 The Man Who Cleans Up After Plane Crashes  ·  December 20, 2016 “Those were our entrepreneurs we locked up.”  ·  December 2, 2016 The Real Teens of Silicon Valley  ·  November 15, 2016 Code Cracking  ·  November 13, 2016 Writer Evan Ratliff Tried to Vanish  ·  November 13, 2016 Why Is It So Hard to Make a Website for the Government?  ·  November 13, 2016 Storm Sentinels  ·  October 31, 2016 Living in an Extreme Meritocracy Is Exhausting  ·  October 26, 2016 Auto Correct  ·  October 20, 2016 Netflix — 13th  ·  October 16, 2016 Making Sense of Modern Pornography  ·  October 10, 2016 Every Noise At Once  ·  October 9, 2016 What HBO’s Westworld gets wrong (and right) about human nature  ·  October 7, 2016 The Economics of Dining as a Couple  ·  October 7, 2016 The Stanford Letters  ·  October 1, 2016 Fun Facts From San Francisco History  ·  September 30, 2016 Tonight I saw a homeless man  ·  September 17, 2016 iOS 10 Review  ·  September 16, 2016 Pajama Rich  ·  September 14, 2016 We’re the Only Plane in the Sky  ·  September 11, 2016 Portland Stone Firms by David Airey  ·  September 9, 2016 How Elizabeth Holmes’s House of Cards Came Tumbling Down  ·  September 7, 2016 Perpetual Motion Machines  ·  September 4, 2016 The Riddle of the Gun  ·  September 4, 2016 Metric & Calibre Design Information  ·  September 2, 2016 Will Anyone Stop Rodrigo Duterte?  ·  September 1, 2016 Inside the Federal Bureau Of Way Too Many Guns  ·  September 1, 2016 How Helicopter Parenting Can Cause Binge Drinking  ·  September 1, 2016 Cartography Comparison: Google & Apple  ·  August 30, 2016 A Map Showing Every Single Cargo Ship In The World  ·  August 27, 2016 NOBL Collective  ·  August 27, 2016 I Got Scammed By A Silicon Valley Startup  ·  August 26, 2016 The War on Cash  ·  August 19, 2016 Slightly More Than 100 Exceptional Works of Journalism  ·  August 16, 2016 Three years in San Francisco  ·  August 16, 2016 Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook’s Apple  ·  August 16, 2016 The Loneliness of Being Black in San Francisco  ·  August 16, 2016 Welcome to AirSpace  ·  August 16, 2016 You Need To Know How To Use Guns If You Want To Be Able to Regulate Them  ·  August 16, 2016 Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart  ·  August 11, 2016 Terminally ill artist who chose assisted dying gathered friends to say goodbye  ·  August 11, 2016 Employee #1: Tumblr  ·  August 10, 2016 Eddy Cue And Craig Federighi Open Up About Learning From Apple’s Failures  ·  August 10, 2016 Apple Music’s Bozoma Saint John: It’s About Passion, Not Algorithms  ·  August 8, 2016 Marcus Books, Nation’s Oldest Black-Centric Bookstore, Lands New Fillmore Location  ·  August 8, 2016 What does the Uber-Didi deal teach us about foreign tech companies trying to do business in China?  ·  August 7, 2016 Has Coffee In San Francisco Reached Oversaturation?  ·  August 7, 2016 Do Your Friends Actually Like You?  ·  August 6, 2016 Dinner, disrupted  ·  August 6, 2016 Google Maps goes for the win with Rio updates  ·  August 5, 2016 The Interval Opens At Fort Mason On Monday  ·  August 4, 2016 SF Coffee Shops That Serve Great Food  ·  August 4, 2016 Acquired Ep. 17 - Waze  ·  August 3, 2016 Nelson Cash  ·  August 1, 2016 The Babysitters Club  ·  July 30, 2016 What Makes People Feel Upbeat at Work  ·  July 30, 2016 The Typography of ‘Stranger Things’  ·  July 27, 2016 Where The Night Of Went Wrong  ·  July 25, 2016 South Bay Polo Headcam 7-23-16  ·  July 23, 2016 Trump: Tribune Of Poor White People  ·  July 22, 2016 This plane could cross the Atlantic in 3.5 hours. Why did it fail?  ·  July 19, 2016 A Contemporary History of Walking to Work  ·  July 7, 2016 What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team  ·  February 25, 2016 Confessions of an Instagram Influencer  ·  February 16, 2016 On losing Rdio  ·  December 22, 2015 A Eulogy for Rdio  ·  November 17, 2015 The disturbing truth about how airplanes are maintained today  ·  November 13, 2015 A 2015 Labor Day Reading List  ·  September 7, 2015 How Champion-Pony Clones Have Transformed the Game of Polo  ·  July 23, 2015 The secret startup that saved the worst website in America  ·  July 16, 2015 Why Don’t We Know How Many People Are Shot Each Year in America?  ·  May 18, 2015 Justine Sacco Is Good at Her Job, and How I Came To Peace With Her  ·  December 24, 2014 The End of Willets Point  ·  August 2, 2014 The Future of Iced Coffee  ·  August 2, 2014 The Dark Power of Fraternities  ·  March 1, 2014 You can use your phone on a plane  ·  October 8, 2013 Will Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley Finally Get It Right?  ·  June 6, 2013 Inside The Mind Of The Foursquare Engineer Re-Mapping The World  ·  March 24, 2013 When it was a game: Hoping Foursquare returns to its roots  ·  January 21, 2013 A Case for Abolishing Parking Tickets  ·  January 16, 2013 Rdio killed iTunes  ·  November 30, 2012 Rdio 2.0  ·  November 27, 2012 Wilson Miner  ·  April 10, 2011 How Tech Start-ups Like Foursquare and Meetup Are Trying to Overthrow Old Media and Build a Better New York  ·  April 16, 2010

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