A five-part series on the instant gratification economy.
Friday, August 8
Thursday, August 7
On Stewart Butterfield, the founder of Flickr and now Slack, a wildly popular, difficult-to-describe messaging service that has 38,000 paying subscribers just a few months after launching.
Sunday, August 3
A profile of celebrity cat Lil BUB and the man who was contemplating bankruptcy before he found her.
Friday, August 1
On Singapore’s attempt to create a more harmonious society using mass surveillance and data analysis.
Wednesday, July 30
Tuesday, July 22
From Word to smartphones.
Tuesday, July 15
On a $40 million raise and a fired co-founder.
Friday, July 11
On Amir Taaki and Cody Wilson, two anarchists with a history of creating controversial software, and their dream of an economy based on untraceable, uncontrollable money.
Wednesday, July 9
The 50,000-word story of Microsoft’s antitrust case.
Monday, June 30
He was an early video streaming startup founder who threw parties where celebrities like Bryan Singer had sex with teenage boys. Then, he came to believe that music mogul David Geffen was trying to kill him.
Friday, June 27
What happens after your goofy little company gets swallowed by Amazon.
Thursday, June 19
The Harvard Law professsor on billionaires, politics and Uber.