M.G. Siegler

Investor. Writer. Traveler. Also I read. A lot.

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1 day ago

How the Math Men Overthrew the Mad Men

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Tampa Bay’s “Opener” Experiment Could Spark a Baseball Revolution

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A California volcano once obliterated a forest and propelled ash 280 miles. Experts say it offers a warning

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Screwing Your Vocal Minority

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Why Are My Fellow Whites Still So Awful at Naming Children?

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Email—yes, email—is the next great media platform

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10 days ago

There are no Shortcuts: Why Showing up In Person is Everything

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How the 50-mm Lens Became ‘Normal’

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11 days ago

Just Keep At It

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Don't Skype Me: How Microsoft Turned Consumers Against a Beloved Brand

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13 days ago

An Open Letter About Female Coaches

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16 days ago

Crypto’s Big Lie

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17 days ago

Berkshire’s Annual Meeting: Buffett Approves of Apple’s Buyback Plan

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18 days ago

Albert Pujols and the Backward March Toward 3,000 Hits

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Mark Zuckerberg Says It Will Take 3 Years to Fix Facebook

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19 days ago

Email, the Micro-Meetings Eating Our Days

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19 days ago

insitro : Rethinking drug discovery using machine learning

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24 days ago

ErrorPort

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25 days ago

Requiem for the AirPort base station: A testament to everything Apple was and isn’t anymore

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28 days ago

"He Who Must Not Be Named": Can John Lasseter Ever Return to Disney?

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28 days ago

Trump Voters Driven by Fear of Losing Status, Not Economic Anxiety, Study Finds

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29 days ago

Inside the Confidential N.F.L. Meeting to Discuss National Anthem Protests

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31 days ago

Patagonia vs. Donald Trump

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31 days ago

The Aramco Accounts: Inside the World’s Most Profitable Company

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32 days ago

“Writing is Thinking”—an annotated twitter thread

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33 days ago

San Francisco’s Big Seismic Gamble

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33 days ago

Antonio Banderas Doesn’t Think You’ll Remember Him. Not Yet.

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33 days ago

Arrogance Peaks in Silicon Valley

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33 days ago

Amazon’s Other Jeff Steps Into the Spotlight

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33 days ago

Navigating the complexity of change aversion

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33 days ago

The importance of high standards: Key takeaways from Jeff Bezos’ latest shareholder letter

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33 days ago

How I’d Approach General Assembly Again as a VC: 9 Key Lessons

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33 days ago

Media Twitter and the Cult of Personality

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33 days ago

Sifting Through The Hype At The Blockchain Career Fair

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36 days ago

New Zealand's leader is unmarried, pregnant, going on maternity leave

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39 days ago

40 Sea Gulls Wrecked His Hotel Room. 17 Years Later, a Pepperoni Pardon.

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39 days ago

The Law Is Coming, Mr. Trump

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around the world; he was chief consigliere and dealmaker throughout its period of expansion into global partnerships with sketchy oligarchs. He wasn’t a slick politico who showed up for a few months. He knows everything, he recorded much of it, and now prosecutors will know it, too. It seems inevitable that much will be made public. We don’t know when. We don’t know the precise path the next few months will take. There will be resistance and denial and counterattacks. But it seems likely that, when we look back on this week, we will see it as a turning point. We are now in the end stages of the Trump Presidency.

Michael Cohen and the End Stage of the Trump Presidency

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39 days ago

Chick-fil-A’s Creepy Infiltration of New York City

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39 days ago

Thank You, Michigan

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40 days ago

Reconsidering the Hardware Kindle Interface

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40 days ago

Ad Legend George Lois: Magazine Covers Are “Trash Today”

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41 days ago

TED Is All About Facebook—and Not in a Good Way

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42 days ago

Big Tech’s Booming Bundles

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43 days ago

The Infuriating Innocence of Mark Zuckerberg

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44 days ago

Inside Amazon's $250M 'Lord of the Rings' Deal: "It's Very Much a Creature of the Times"

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48 days ago

The Medium Model

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49 days ago

The rationalization of publishing

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49 days ago

AirPods and the Three Stages of Apple Criticism

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Vladimir Putin, the Most Influential Man in the World

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