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Columnist at Techcrunch. Working on new things. When life hands me lemons, I make tarte au citron.

Getting started (with tweets) · kimmaicutler · Storify

storify.com — Storify lets you curate social networks to build social stories, bringing together media scattered across the Web into a coherent narrative.

Zynga Buys A Bit Lucky To Break Into Mid-Core Gaming

techcrunch.com — Zynga isn't just for your stereotypical stay-at-home mom anymore. The company's breaking away from its casual gaming past with a deal to buy midcore developer A Bit Lucky today. What this means is that part of Zynga's game portfolio may become more geared toward male audiences.

With Voter Verification, Brigade Becomes A More Legitimate Platform For Political Debate

techcrunch.com — Brigade, the political advocacy platform backed by Sean Parker and made from the early team of Causes, has come a longer way in the last six months. Originally unveiled as a really simple way to agree or disagree with political positions, Brigade has evolved into a more robust site for debating policy and political topics.

OpenVote Launches A Publishing Platform, Crowdvoting Tool For Political Debate

technewsi.altervista.org — OpenVote, the political startup from early Facebook designer Bobby Goodlatte and Sean McCann, is unveiling a larger publishing platform where people can debate policies and pledge their votes. Before becoming a prominent designer at Facebook, Go...

OpenVote Launches A Publishing Platform, Crowdvoting Tool For Political Debate

techcrunch.com — OpenVote, the political startup from early Facebook designer Bobby Goodlatte and Sean McCann, is unveiling a larger publishing platform where people can debate policies and pledge their votes. Before becoming a prominent designer at Facebook, Goodlatte grew up with politics in his family. For almost all of Goodlatte's life, his father has served as a Republican Congressman.

YC’s iCracked Is Blowing Up With A New “Uber” For iPhone Repairs Service

techcrunch.com — Yes, you can fix that smashed iPhone on demand now. That means no visits to the Apple store, or intensive DIY efforts. A YC alum called iCracked first unveiled its real-time, iPhone or iPad repair service back in March of last year, as Rip wrote at the time, and a little over a month ago, it launched officially.

Whiskey and Words: Talking the future of media with author Robin Sloan

shinola.com — Write a House is Detroit's twist on the "Writer's Residency" where authors, poets, journalists, and writers from all walks of life are rewarded with a home to keep - forever. We've partnered with this organization to spread the power of the written word by hosting writer talks in each of our stores.

Another Super Angel Levels Up: Aydin Senkut’s Felicis Ventures Closes $70M

techcrunch.com — What happens when a super angel gets its wings? You become a boutique fund. Or at least that's how Aydin Senkut's Felicis Ventures is putting it with a fresh fund worth about $70 million. That's up from the firm's previous $41 million fund and a big change from Senkut's early dabbling in angel investing from years ago.

Slidedeck: The San Francisco Bay Area in the Second Gilded Age

medium.com — This is from a talk I gave the other week on the Bay Area's regional governance, housing and transportation issues. It's 101 slides long! I keep modifying it every single time. Let me know if you have any thoughts or if you want annotations.

A global experiment in co-living

technewsi.altervista.org — I'm moving into a columnist role at TechCrunch and onto some new projects. One is called Roam Co-Living. It adaptively re-uses space for communal living and location independent workers in other parts of the U.S. and world, starting in M...
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Sep 26, 2016

RT @dillonliam: Obama administration cites @JerryBrownGov’s housing plan, which crashed and burned, as something states should do.… https://t.co/PIMgrk8yY1

Sep 26, 2016

"It is as though an immense wedge were being forced, not underneath society, but through society." -SF's Henry George on land rents in 1879 https://t.co/F5rHePH6Vw

Sep 26, 2016

White House statement is really about NIMBYism in affluent communities, not in historically low-income neighborhoods https://t.co/nZCfBItKs3 https://t.co/SsWHlS6ZJ1

Sep 26, 2016

RT @ConorDougherty: The @WhiteHouse aims at Palo Alto (w/out saying it): "When Communities Pull up the Ladder" (by refusing new housing) https://t.co/vzDRCO5nPP

Sep 26, 2016

Hah, Obama's chair of economic advisers writes an op-ed in the SF Chronicle.  https://twitter.com/ceachair/status/780397578785480704 


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