“It makes me uneasy when I think about how much corporations are measuring about human interactions today and not making considered decisions about what gets measured. Deciding what gets measured is a political and ethical choice." — Jeff Hammerbacher
The artist Hank Willis Thomas on his work, the challenge of identifying Black male identity, and how to be an infinite player in a finite game.
Yancey Strickler
Why we find it hard to be our real selves online, and why we're all in the Dark Forest now.
Yancey Strickler
The author of The Entrepreneurial State and Mission Economy on the fight for change and what happens when we confuse price with value
Yancey Strickler
“These ideas are in the ether. There's this lovely quote from André Gide: ‘Everything that needs to be said has already been said, but since nobody was…
Yancey Strickler
David Wallace Wells, author of The Uninhabitable Earth, talks about where we are and where we're heading, why our worst fears won't come true, and the …
Yancey Strickler
The Managing Partner at Union Square Ventures talks about the firm's new climate fund, and offers a compelling vision for a world after capital
Yancey Strickler
The economic policy expert and rising star in progressive politics with a new way of looking at the costs of racism and cause for hope
Yancey Strickler
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