It's a given that most startups will fail, leaving the people behind them with nothing beyond, perhaps, some debt and wasted time. Author Gideon recently Lewis-Kraus followed two young techies with startup dreams, struggling to not implode, and is here to talk today.
It's unclear if this forthcoming title will be made out of repurposed yoga mats and glitter, but Brit Morin, Silicon Valley's most accomplished daycare instructor and DIY auteur, will be a published author. Watch out, Randi: there's a new literary star in town.
Professional sibling Randi Zuckerberg usually only appears in the dim lower strata of our digital consciousness when she's fucked something up: maybe it's a canceled Bravo reality series, or a privacy gaffe. And yet, she was paid to write two books. Here's the only part that matters.
If you're going to write a book about eCommerce's most powerful, diabolical chrome-dome, you better stick the details—stray from the truth, and MacKenzie Bezos is going to fuck up your average review score.
Prolific investor, college-discourager, and possible Bond villain Peter Thiel is writing a book, the New York Times reports. It's about starting your own business, and if you buy it in 2014, maybe you will become a billionaire, but maybe not.