With an increasingly polarized world comes the dangerous tendency to impulsively bucket people through the binary lens of the hero and villain archetyp…
Last week, an important underreported release from the European Union Parliament detailed a plan to introduce a government controlled Internet similar …
An interesting trend I’ve observed lately is the return to the pseudonymous digital identity — the alt account (the finsta, the private snap and the al…
Contrary to the expected dynamic of a democratic society we are ruled by an invisible authority — one that governs our tastes, forms our opinions and l…
With impending recession fears causing growth stage startups to tighten the belt, the problem of rising customer acquisition cost (CAC) and the overdep…
The Ancient Greeks knew of an important dichotomy woven into our existence — the Apollonian and the Dionysian. Two opposing forces that refer to the wo…
as we slowly return from lockdown in the upcoming weeks, we find ourselves faced with the consequential challenge of picking up the pieces of a pandemi…
A general theme that’s been circulating tech circles in the last week is the trend of innovative shortage in the real world. The main criticism here is…
Given the current circumstances in the outside world, an interesting theory I’ve been playing with is that times of uncertainty and distress tend to co…
Based on my past experience working with Airbnb hosts at my last startup and recent changing market conditions affecting the travel industry, I figured…
In light of recent spread of misinformation regarding the coronavirus, I’ve been thinking about how flawed ideas spread. Notably, many of the rumors (e…
Our minds works in mysterious ways which when “hacked” with can be incredibly powerful — especially in the case of affirmations. The idea behind affirm…