Writing about humans in the tech age. Stories at Cal Sunday, New York Mag, San Francisco Mag, Backchannel. Alum of Matter.com at Medium, and San Francisco Weekly.
Rothenberg Ventures was young, splashy, and now under SEC investigation.
The cultural shift of an on-demand world: getting used to getting served.
He blasted the homeless, then tried to make amends, startup-style. But as Greg Gopman learned, no business plan can find your way back home.
The surprising back story and outcome of the Yelp minimum wage whistleblower Talia Jane.
India didn't want "free" Facebook, if it meant squandering net neutrality. Report from India.
Are startups exporting Silicon Valley's promise, or just its dead-end jobs?
A profile on the real estate agent pitching Chinese buyers on Bay Area real estate.
Before Joe Carouba could clean up strip club row, he had to clean up himself.
The On-Demand Economy is using the same labor model as strip clubs.
A visit to Cougar Night at the Rosewood in the age of Ellen Pao.
Reno's bid on the drone economy in the first issue of California Sunday Magazine.
San Francisco's most famous pornographer flees the Condom Police in Sin City.