Tesla workers say they pay the price for Elon Musk’s big promises

The CEO is known for outsized claims and ambitious goals. But numerous factory workers say he doesnt follow through and that his leadership sets a troubling tone It was a master class in emotional intelligence, raved the business magazine Inc, and a powerful lesson in authentic, heartfelt leadership. Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, Read more about Tesla workers say they pay the price for Elon Musk’s big promises[…]

The Responsibility of Immortality: Welcome to the New Transhumanism

In the summertime of 1990, I was running a quite unusual club in the Roppongi area of Tokyo. I was deeply immersed in the international cyberpunk scene and working to bring the Tokyo node of this fast-expanding, posthuman, science-fiction-and-psychedelic-drug-fueled motion online. The Japanese scene was more focused around videogames and multimedia than around acid and Read more about The Responsibility of Immortality: Welcome to the New Transhumanism[…]

After That Finale, Does Silicon Valley Have Anywhere Left to Go?

When Silicon Valley returned this season, audiences might not have actually understood exactly what to anticipate, however they definitely understood exactly what not to anticipate. T.J. Miller'&#x 27; s much-ballyhooed exit suggested that the program would lack its most reliable( if unskilled) trickster. Because the HBO program &#x 27; s beginning, Erlich Bachman had actually Read more about After That Finale, Does <em>Silicon Valley</em> Have Anywhere Left to Go?[…]

Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you | Dylan Curran

The harvesting of our personal details goes far beyond what many of us could imagine. So I braced myself and had a look Want to freak yourself out? Im going to show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it. Google knows where Read more about Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you | Dylan Curran[…]

How to Win Founders and Influence Everybody

In May 2015, The New Yorker published a profile of the Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen. In it, writer Tad Friend joined Andreessen in his living room to watch an episode of Halt & Catch Fire, the AMC drama chronicling the rise of personal computing in the early 1980s. The scene provided an intimate window Read more about How to Win Founders and Influence Everybody[…]