Samuel Alito
WASHINGTON May 15, 2022
The Justice’s search for Constitutional validation to support his anti-abortion ruling is another sign that the arc of the American experiment doesn’t always bend toward justice—and that not every institution is focused on closing the gap between our country’s promise and what we actually deliver for our citizens.
Jack Dorsey
SILICON VALLEY April 21, 2022
Twitter, which was once a peer with Facebook, is now 1/15th its size, and its most fastidious user is trying to take it private, while everyone—Democrats, Republicans, mom-fluencers, journalists—hates the damn thing despite their own contrary addictions. Herewith, an anatomy of a social media tragedy.
Meet me in the metaverse
SILICON VALLEY March 31, 2022
My recent trip to Austin for SXSW offered a number of startling realizations. First off, web3 is going to be bigger than we ever imagined. It may also, finally, be the internet platform that makes the world a better place.


In this new media age, the creator is the heart of the business equation.
Will Smith
HOLLYWOOD March 28, 2022
During the peak of his powers, Will Smith submitted to the worst possible instincts, allowing what should have been his brightest moment to reveal his own shadow through an act of violence. Smith’s meandering and pained Oscars acceptance speech was couched in the language of abuse.
People fleeing Kyiv
WASHINGTON March 11, 2022
War shatters lives, but also reveals what binds us together. I’m clinging to a hope that this war will bring out the best in us, both in Ukraine and beyond.
Daniel Ek
SILICON VALLEY February 15, 2022
Nine thoughts on Spotify, “free speech,” deplatforming, and what the Rogan crisis really means.