In my last email (“Amazon vs. Church”) I unpacked the two key arguments in Jeff Bezos’ defense of Amazon (and his own wealth) that he delivered to Congress last summer: “The Perilous Journey to Success” and “The Unique Benefits of Scale.” (It’s worth noting that since then Jeff Bezos
One of the main storylines of 2020 in America has been that of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. While many Americans lost their jobs, Tech companies thrived: AirBnB, DoorDash, and Zoom (to name just a few) went public while Facebook, Google, and Amazon grew their own
Donald Trump enraptured millions of Americans when he broke onto the political scene in 2016 with one of the most memorable campaign slogans in the country’s history: “Make America Great Again”Like other effective slogans – Just Do It, Think Different, Obey Your Thirst – it is succinct and inspires action.
Hello friends, In my last email I wrote about the murder of Ahmaud Arbery and how I believe white Christians should be responding. At the end of that email I asked: How have you been impacted by Ahmaud Arbery’s death?Here are some of the responses I’ve received:
Despite two white men literally hunting down a black man and murdering him in broad daylight, it took three months, four prosecutors, a leaked video, and a viral hashtag just for a chance — a chance — that Ahmaud Arbery’s family would receive a fair investigation into his death. Earlier this
I had a day last week where I was on video calls (without a break) from 10AM–3:30PM. After five and a half hours straight of talking to people through a screen I was drained. That evening I spent another hour or two doing the same with friends. The
As a designer, I consider creativity as one of life’s essential virtues. So I love that out of all the possible ways God could have been introduced in the Bible, creative is the very first attribute used to describe him. The opening line of the Bible says: ”In the
Hello friends, In my last email I recounted being held hostage in the sausage aisle of a grocery store by my anxiety, and realizing I needed to pray for God’s “transcendent” peace before my next grocery run. By choosing to receive this newsletter you’ve allowed me the privilege
Nidhi and I are on week three of “shelter in place.” May 3rd is the new official date for when our county might end the mandate, but I suspect the order will stretch for a longer time. Mentally forecasting what the next month at home will be like is impossible.
For a brief moment last year Silicon Valley’s hottest new product was an email app called Superhuman. The email service costs $30/month (!) and their marketing sounds like the first draft of a voiceover for a luxury car commercial: “Superhuman is not just another email client. We rebuilt the