How Cities Are Trying to Rein In the Scooter and Bike Share Craze
Profit-motivated mobility startups can’t be trusted to regulate themselves.
My Failed Quest to Get Rich by Being a Notary Public
Or, My Attempt to Disrupt a Part of the Gig Economy That Needs No Disruption.
A Totally Not Made Up Cryptocurrency Conspiracy Featuring LaVar Ball
Is it possible that LaVar Ball will fund his new basketball league with Bitcoin?
This Incredibly Annoying 'Disruptive' PB&J Looks an Awful Lot Like an Uncrustable
Goes perfectly with a tall glass of juice from your $400 Juicero machine.
European Political Revolution Summer, Part I
Former Bernie Sanders bros, Winnie Wong and Claire Sandberg, check-in on the political freak scene abroad.
Nick Chedli Carter
Golden State Warriors
The Warriors Wooed Kevin Durant with Virtual Reality
This is so Warriors.
weak in review
Sam Hinkie and an Untrustable Process: David Roth's Weak in Review
Sam Hinkie's Process is over in Philadelphia. Joe Lacob's work taking credit in Golden State is only beginning. Business, in other words, is booming as usual.
An Algorithm and a Super Bowl: How the Cleveland Browns Won It All in 2017
All it took for the Cleveland Browns to go where they'd never gone before was one little bit of innovation, and the guts to make it work—doubters be damned.
Aaron Gordon & David Roth
Longreads Or Whatever
In the Streaming Era, Should Musicians Be Thinking Like Startups?
In the war to win streaming, services are highlighting their analytics features to appeal to artists. Is it time for those artists to get on board and disrupt themselves with data?
Too Many Notes! How a Silicon Valley Designer Is Disrupting Piano Music
The bleeding edge of piano music takes an idea from the 14th century and 14-year-old guitarists: tablature.
Tom Coughlin Has Some Questions For Millennials
Tom Coughlin is one of the NFL's most legendary hard-asses. But that doesn't mean he's above trying to figure out the mysterious species known as The Millennial.
How Solar Power Could Slay the Fossil Fuel Empire by 2030
A Stanford business professor predicts that today’s energy and automobile industries will be swept away in just over a decade by solar and wind power, and electric cars.