Does Tech Need a New Narrative? - Deepstash

Media started using discussing technology in corelation with "culture, economics, politics, labor, and media" around a decade ago. It was the turning point that Andressen foresaw in his article, "W...

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Does Tech Need a New Narrative?

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The role played by venture capital itself rarely figured: widespread adoption was seen as a reflection of merit, rather than a function of a funding model that used cash reserves to cre...

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After some resounding failures (or frauds) of overpromising tech startups such as Theranos (or WeWork), coupled with the stories around Facebook's role in the 2016 US election, including the larger...

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Andressen's new essay, "IT'S TIME TO BUILD" sounds eerly like a "call to arms" to the tech sector to encompass or simply overtake major institutions - with the same self-understood ethos of "doing ...

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If Andreessen’s exhortation to build was a call for “aggressive investment in new products, in new industries, in new factories, in new science, in big leaps forward,” it was also a cal...

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“The tools for distribution have become democratized, and every company can become a source of truth.” - Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase, on companies who build their own media arms to expand on t...

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For an ontologically—perhaps pathologically—future-facing industry, anything looks possible; it has to... amid the updated rhetoric, it can be easy to forget that venture-funded companies have ...

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