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At Risk: Three Things The Tech Industry Loves That Trump Is Likely To Kill

Following this November’s U.S. presidential election, many parents found themselves having to tell anxious children what a Trump administration would mean. If you have a friend or loved one who works in technology, it wouldn’t hurt to have a version of this talk with them, too. That’s because a Trump presidency is likely to usher […]

From The Gilded Age To The Internet Era, The Impermanence Of American Business Dominance

No place on Earth has preserved the Gilded Age’s opulence more than Newport, Rhode Island. With its temperate climate and sandy beaches, it has attracted summer visitors for two centuries. The most famous of its residents were some of the country’s wealthiest families. They made their fortunes in the 18th and 19th centuries, predominantly in natural resources, transportation, and trade. […]

On The Subject Of Net Neutrality, You’re Probably Less Neutral Than You Think

As someone who earns a living in part based on a digital marketplace that links creators and consumers of content, including apps, videos, music, books, and more, I and millions of other in tech have a hard time being neutral on net neutrality. That makes President Obama’s video and statement  on the subject worthy of our attention. […]