I’m not an engineer. And I rarely hesitate to publicly criticize Andrew Cuomo when I think he’s wrong. But in the case of the new plan that averts the L-train shutdown, the Governor deserves a lot more credit than he’s getting. (Read)
Instead, I want to take a look at what motivates elected officials and regulators to work with technology–and what doesn’t.
We get it. The fight over the wall isn’t really about a wall.
Your investment doesn’t have to go to waste. Here’s how the losing cities can attract the next startup. (Read)
While Facebook has historically resisted government efforts to regulate its operations, it’s now become obvious—even to CEO Mark Zuckerberg—that the company is incapable of doing so alone.
When a startup succeeds, the prize isn’t just a higher valuation or more customers or bigger market share. (Read)
The tech world, and arguably anyone who uses social media, was rocked by the news emerging over the last few weeks about Facebook’s opposition research and dirty tricks.
This list is divided into three tiers, but to be clear, they’re all really good books and worth checking out if your taste in books is similar to mine.
Growing increasingly topical as it’s fixed deadline moves ever closer by the day…
What are the last minute factors that will influence the New York primary results?
Like everyone, I’ve been thinking a lot about the 2020 Presidential race. It doesn't seem like Mueller has enough to indict Trump, which means the only hope of restoring our democracy lies with electing a new President.
(1). There’s no machine anymore. When the guy who controls Queens County gets killed in his own district, that’s all the proof you need.
Earlier this week, former Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner announced plans to run for New York Governor as an independent.
blame my dad. It seems biologically impossible that I came out of the womb a Yankees hater. He did this to me. And it stuck.
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