1. The War Nerd: Mo cattle and oil, mo problems in South Sudan

    The first thing you usually hear about the fighting in South Sudan is that it’s “tribal.”

    By Gary Brecher , written on

    From the War desk

  2. Want an immediate reaction to all that stuff you're sharing? Try this app

    Today in completely-unnecessary-but-I-love-it-anyway apps: Meet Gigglemail. It's a way to share photos and videos with your friends, the same way you would with just about any of the other social networks, except for one key twist.

    By Erin Griffith , written on

    From the News desk

  3. How much longer can America afford to be so pathologically paranoid?

    Historically, our nation has boasted three branches of government: the legislative, judicial, and executive. As you likely recall from school, the legislative branch makes the laws, the judiciary interprets them, and the executive branch (i.e. the President and the justice department) enforces them.

    By Adam L. Penenberg , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Uber tries to avoid NYE surge pricing PR shit storm

    Uber is in full-fledged prep mode to make sure everyone and their grandmothers knows there will be surge pricing on New Years Eve. They've even launched a mini education campaign, complete with data visualization charts and videos.

    By Carmel DeAmicis , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Our favorite stories and artwork of 2013

    For all the ups and downs and triumphs and indignities felt in Silicon Valley this year, there was never a shortage of great stories to tell: from epic hacks to Airbnb phantoms, from hip-hop Lyft drivers to Mormon entrepreneurs. After combing through the last twelve months, these are our 20 favorite Pando stories of the year as selected by staff offered in chronological order, along with the best artwork by Hallie Bateman, Brad Jonas, and others: Young people are screwed... Here's how to survive by Bryan Goldberg, January 9, 2013 [Illustration by Hallie Bateman]

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  6. Hack your New Year's resolutions with these startup strategies

    Entrepreneurs are notorious tinkerers who routinely take what other people see as problems and turn them into business opportunities. There’s even a startup methodology called "Lean Startup" devoted to conducting numerous small, measurable experiments to find the minimum viable prescription to drive business success.

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Online dating survey reveals hidden gender biases

    Now that Christmas is over, and the New Year is upon us, most people are probably thinking about how their 2014 is going to shape up. You probably visited your family with their cute significant others. Perhaps these interactions led you to realize how alone and depressed you were. Of course, the flipside is that you may have been dissuaded into thinking about future partners by witnessing your annoying 5-year-old nephew wreak havoc on everything in sight.

    By Cale Guthrie Weissman , written on

    From the News desk

  8. Apple and Google’s New Year's resolutions for mobile ads

    I’m not sure if it’s out of fear, neglect, or just general Walter Mitty-ness, but Apple and Google have missed things that would accelerate mobile advertising. Here's a general outline of ways to step it up in 2014.

    By Tom Limongello, Guest Contributor , written on

    From the News desk

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