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David Streitfeld
"Would that we scrutinized our technology the way we do our people" -- David Foster Wallace, "The Pale King"
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Spencer Soper 21h
Amazon's David Limp says Alexa can read your kids bedtime stories so you don't have to. Big device reveal underway in Seattle.
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Pop Crave 17h
. will soon give Alexa a 'rudimentary form of emotional awareness,' making her able to hear your whispers & frustrations. She will also be capable of listening for trouble such as breaking glass or a smoke alarm when you’re not home: “We’re going beyond recognizing words."
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David Streitfeld 18h
Jeff Bezos just shut down my hometown newspaper via
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CeciliaKang Sep 17
My favorite question: "Will you be involved spiritually?"
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Pui-Wing Tam Sep 17
Marc Benioff explains why he’s buying Time magazine (while having a massage) Via
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CeciliaKang Sep 13
Replying to @ceciliakang
On Questions of Antitrust and Regulation Threat: Bezos says 1. Scrutiny of big institution is good and healthy for society 2. We are so inventive will survive regulation 3. people shouldn't vilify big companies b/c some things only big companies can do
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CeciliaKang Sep 13
an aside: spending all day at an antitrust confab and now at Economic Club Jeff Bezos event... these power corners of Washington very very much lack diversity
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CeciliaKang Sep 13
Meanwhile, earlier in Washington
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Claire Cain Miller Sep 11
Replying to @clairecm
Boys and kids of color would benefit from more diverse teachers. But there's also a simple thing any teacher can do to achieve many of the same benefits: Tell kids you have faith in their capacity to learn, & high expectations for them
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Valerie Stivers Sep 13
Seeing how many people still care so passionately about kinda makes me think he did find that reader-piercing honest fiction he was looking for, even if he didn't know it. Thank you!
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Karen Weise Sep 13
A few quick thoughts on the $2B philanthropic announcement now that our update is up
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The TLS Sep 12
Errors are intentional | recalls his friendship with David Foster Wallace
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David Streitfeld Sep 12
this is really terrific
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David Streitfeld Sep 12
What David Foster Wallace Ate
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Thea Lenarduzzi Jul 31
Striking how neatly this conversation between Britons and Americans (from Salter’s ‘Light Years’) sits in 2018...
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CeciliaKang Sep 10
This profile is deserving. Her Yale law paper rippled across antitrust world with plenty of critics/supporters. Changing antitrust policy is hard, slow, possibly never going to happen. But watch this space, starting with FTC hearings this week
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Claire Cain Miller Sep 7
It's kind of annoying how good is. Whatever your level of interest in Amazon or antitrust law, just read this. "That’s the way movements begin. Little things grow."
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IanShapira Sep 7
Wait, , the CNN chyron says you "cracked" the case and revealed Joe Klein as Anonymous. But that's not true. See my WashPost story today. It was , then with the who first got the scoop.
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Elyssa Arcentales Sep 6
I think wrote the Op-Ed.
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David Streitfeld Sep 7
Replying to @cnni
I don’t have a lot of hope for the media uncovering who wrote the anonymous op-ed, since they can’t even get straight who unmasked the author of Primary Colors. It certainly wasn’t this guy. Real story at Washington Post:
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