Steve Gillmor's Top Stories

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Here's the best five of the bunch

  1. Twitter's Audacious Plan to Infiltrate All Your Apps
    Twitter is releasing a new software development kit today at its developer’s conference. It’s called Fabric. It does lots of very pretty things, and the people who write mobile apps are going to eat it up. Which, OK, that’s nice. But the bigger story...
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  2. The Only Thing I Have To Say About Gamer Gate
    I had a day off this weekend from shooting Supernatural, and I was walking around downtown Vancouver on Saturday, sampling all the artisan coffee I could get my throat around. At one point I saw a pair of guys walking towards me wearing gamer shirts....
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  3. The horrific trickle down of Asshole culture: Why I’ve just deleted Uber from my phone
    By Sarah Lacy On October 22, 2014 We shared this in our News Ticker already, but I still can’t believe that an office of Uber — a company valued at $18 billion and held up as a bastion of modern entrepreneurship — posted an ad that encouraged,...
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  4. Dave McKinney's blog
    October 22, 2014 Michael Ferro Chairman Chicago Sun-Times 350 N. Orleans St., 10th Floor Chicago, IL 60654 Dear Mr. Ferro: I’ve worked for almost two decades at the Chicago Sun-Times because it had a soul. The home of eight Pulitzer Prizes,...
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  5. stratechery by Ben Thompson
    Despite the hype about disruption, the truth is most tech giants, particularly platform providers, are not so much displaced as they are eclipsed. IBM, for example, has been successfully selling and servicing mainframes for going on 50 years...
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