Prateek

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73 days ago

How to Sleep

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88 days ago

Cost is important as a constraint, not as an objective.

Implications of Tech Stack Complexity for Executives

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183 days ago

Chemists Are One Step Closer to Manipulating All Matter

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207 days ago

Booze, Weed, Food Comas, Caffeine: How to Sober Up From Everything

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280 days ago

An Absurdly Complete Guide to Understanding Whiskey

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280 days ago

The world's largest biometrics database is quickly turning into privacy nightmare

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303 days ago

The Great A.I. Awakening

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314 days ago

Phenomenal piece of research.

The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think

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327 days ago

This cartoon explains why Elon Musk thinks we’re characters in a computer simulation. He might be right.

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327 days ago

David Chang’s

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334 days ago

How I became a morning person (and why I decided to make the change)

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480 days ago

The sugar conspiracy

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550 days ago

Tech Is Too Cheap to Meter: It’s Time to Manage for Abundance, Not Scarcity

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596 days ago

Is it time to restructure India into smaller states?

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605 days ago

Amit Trivedi: King of the 10%

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606 days ago

The new rules governing this global restructuring revolve around several axes. First, wealth in this new regime flows directly from innovation, not optimization; that is, wealth is not gained by perfecting the known, but by imperfectly seizing the unknown. Second, the ideal environment for cultivating the unknown is to nurture the supreme agility and nimbleness of networks. Third, the domestication of the unknown inevitably means abandoning the highly successful known – undoing the perfected. And last, in the thickening web of the Network Economy, the cycle of "find, nurture, destroy" happens faster and more intensely than ever before.

New Rules for the New Economy

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Prateek

612 days ago

Observers have noted that many of these new devices are in their “awkward adolescence.” That is because they are in their gestation phase. Like PCs in the 70s, the internet in the 80s, and smartphones in the early 2000s, we are seeing pieces of a future that isn’t quite here. But the future is coming: markets go up and down, and excitement ebbs and flows, but computing technology marches steadily forward.

What’s Next in Computing?

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615 days ago

The Invention of the ‘Type A’ Personality

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618 days ago

How a Basket on Wheels Revolutionized Grocery Shopping

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630 days ago

The Mahabharata of Indian internet unicorns

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636 days ago

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has the best hand in India’s e-commerce game

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649 days ago

Now that Rubin had shepherded smartphones from concept to phenomenon, they no longer held much interest. As an engineering problem, they had been solved. Sure, entrepreneurs kept launching new apps, but for someone who considered engineering an art, that was like adding a few brushstrokes atop layers of dried paint. Rubin wanted to touch canvas again—and he could see a fresh one unfurling in front of him.

Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AI

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Prateek

666 days ago

The days are long but the decades are short

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668 days ago

16 mobile theses

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668 days ago

What Makes Uber Run

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677 days ago

The Doomsday Invention

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690 days ago

The Really Big One

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691 days ago

I was in love with the result—the image of me on stage, people cheering, me rocking out, pouring my heart into what I’m playing—but I wasn’t in love with the process.

You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question

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698 days ago

Inside Apple's perfectionism machine

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708 days ago

The Real Story Of Apollo 17... And Why We Never Went Back To The Moon

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715 days ago

A Zomato employee wrote a Medium post. What it says will shock you.

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724 days ago

A programmer wrote scripts to secretly automate a lot of his job — and email his wife and make a latte

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733 days ago

We Don’t Sell Saddles Here

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733 days ago

Why Rdio died

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737 days ago

When I’m Gone

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738 days ago

RECONSIDER

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739 days ago

India’s Energy Crisis

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