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Bitcoin, Magical Thinking, and Political Ideology
— Last week, investor Chris Dixon posed a provocative dichotomy when introducing his employer's USD $25M investment in Bitcoin service Coinbase: … Now working at vogue venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, Dixon is in a fine position to speak for Silicon Valley.
— One of the interesting things about Bitcoin is the contrast between how it is portrayed in the press and how it is understood by technologists. The press tends to portray Bitcoin as either a speculative bubble or a scheme for supporting criminal activity.
Burning Man becomes a hot spot for tech titans
— “Burners” dance through a car wash complete with bubbles as thousands attend Burning Man at Black Rock, NV., on September 2, 2009. Click through the gallery to see more of our favorite images of the art, costumes, theme camps and fire sculptures from the Playa.
Airbnb vs Hotels: A Price Comparison
— Price of Airbnb vs Hotel by US City — Mouseover to get price comparison detail — Size of bubble corresponds to number of Airbnb listings (logarithmic scale) — At Priceonomics, we like to get more for our money.
Who's who in agile teams? — As I was learning scrum one of the questions that kept coming to mind was, “how do development managers and scrum masters share responsibilities in the team?” In this post I'll explore the answer to this question.