On the latest episode of The Bottom Line podcast, the O’Reilly Media CEO draws on lessons of history to help understand high-tech’s current perils and promise.
The political journey between good intentions and the statute book was twisted even by Sacramento standards in 2017. But there was more — much more.
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What’s arguably most responsible for the growing problem of electronic waste is the manufacturing model of planned obsolescence, in which software and hardware become incompatible or antiquated, or smartphones and laptops aren’t designed for durability.
Maria Bustillos and Elizabeth Fladung debrief their day reporting on inequality in Silicon Valley, including their experiences visiting with some groups and leaders helping local people left out of the tech boom. This podcast is an encore posting from our State of Inequality series. Maria Bustillos is a journalist and critic living in Los Angeles. Elizabeth Fladung is a […]
This slideshow is an encore posting from our State of Inequality series. Elizabeth Fladung is a Brooklyn-based, CalArts-trained photojournalist. Her work has appeared in The Nation, La Repubblica, The Fader and Wax Poetics Magazine.