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NEXT CITYUber: The Black Car Company People Love To HateThe battle is on, all across the country, to determine whether Uber will remake the transportation market or whether the transportation market will remake Uber first.
POLITICOHow Medium Is Breaking Washington's Op-Ed HabitThe three-year-old online publishing platform run by one of the founders of Twitter has spent much of its infancy assiduously courting members of the political class.
THE WASHINGTON POSTHow Patent Reform's Fraught Politics Have Left The U.S. Patent Office Without A BossThe directorship of the United States Patent and Trademark Office has sat vacant for more than 16 months, at once a reflection the fact that the world of patents has long been what one veteran observer calls a "backwater" and that it isn't anymore.
SEEDThe New Interface of GovernanceIf we can just tweak the way we make choices, we can make smarter ones. A look at Obama’s plans to put the science of human nature to work.
NEXT CITYCode For America: Beyond Code In The Tomorrow City No app will save our cities, but that doesn't mean there isn't coding to be done.
WASHINGTONIANPunk PoliticoRevolution Messaging’s CEO, Scott Goodstein, is out to prove that all digital politics is personal, too.
NEW YORKJulian Assange, Media MogulAs we struggle with what to make of the Wikileaks founder—watchdog? Menace? Both?—it’s worth evaluating him as one thing he unquestionably is: a new-media entrepreneur.
THE ATLANTICWhen the Internet Nearly Fractured, and How It Could Happen AgainIn one particularly curious episode from the modern Internet's early days, a man named Eugene Kashpureff ignited a battle over the future of the global network that brought him face-to-face with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
NEXT CITYTech & the CityNew York’s latest mega-project is a campus for home-growing technologists. But can a city really engineer an innovation economy?
THE AMERICAN PROSPECTCarl Malamud, Washington's I.T. GuyOne man's quest to liberate all government information -- with or without the government's help