“Irrational exuberance” Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan first uttered the phrase in 1996, describing what he considered an alarming economic trend. The rise of home internet usage was spurring several investors to stake digital claims like an online Oklahoma land run. Tech companies sprang up overnight, each hoping to
San Francisco is a city of booms and busts, and we’re in the middle of a partial tech bust. To be entirely transparent, I’m happy about that. I’ve wanted San Francisco to go through an economic restructuring ever since the tech boom began to change the Bay Area. Now, with
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Elon Musk has officially taken over Twitter. Musk paid for the San Francisco-based social media company just one day before the deadline to complete the $44 billion deal or face a lengthy battle in court. His first act was to fire several top executives including CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned
Despite the antics of my meme page, I try to live a quiet and relatively simple life. I work from home. I hang out with my girlfriend. I make sassy memes and write sassier articles. I Doordash food and then immediately promise myself that I won’t Doordash food again, but
So, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have heard about Elon Musk’s recent purchase of Twitter. If you haven’t heard, allow me to loop you in: Elon Musk, the dude who had a baby with Grimes and named it something absurd, now owns Twitter. You’re probably wondering why
For the past month, people of the world have woken up every day, slapped their fingers onto their smartphones to silence their morning alarms, unlocked their devices, and scrolled through their social media feeds. And what has been missing the entire time? A single word from former President Donald Trump.
As the Bay Area, and many other parts of America, slide into a Late Roman Empire school of excess, the rift between the haves and the have-not’s grows greater by the day. In a world where people sleep on the streets in front of multi-million-dollar homes, trying to find a
about 35 people, most of them software engineers, many from household-name tech companies in Silicon Valley, sitting in a run-down union hall in the Tenderloin, talking about the evils of capitalism and organizing the workers from below to take on the bosses.