February 2014

  1. Is John Elway calling for the NFL to lose its subsidies?

    Is there finally a voice within the National Football League asking federal, state, and local governments to stop providing the league with a taxpayer-financed safety net? Maybe so, after yesterday's little-noticed comments by Hall of Fame quarterback and Denver Broncos executive John Elway.

    By David Sirota , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Super Bowl shows that Facebook is winning the "don’t be evil" game

    This has been a great day of Super Bowl commercials.

    By Bryan Goldberg , written on

    From the News desk

  3. GoDaddy really wants you to know it respects women now

    Domain-registration kingpin GoDaddy’s vision of making it happen for its customers used to be overly porny yuks about three nerds having the power to force two unsuspecting women to shower together.

    By James Robinson , written on

    From the News desk

  4. How legalizing pot could lower crime rates and make everyone safer

    To this day, the sound of helicopters sends chills up my spine. I have to remind myself that they’re not coming for me, or my family. Now, as an adult who pretty much never breaks the law, cop cars, sirens, and ghetto birds shouldn't leave me paralyzed in fear anymore. But when you grow up with a parent who grows and sells weed to supplement his salary as a used car dealer, being paranoid just comes with the territory.

    By Jessica Ruane , written on

    From the News desk

  5. How to find your people: A brief guide to crowdtesting

    At the thin, early edge of lean startups, you’ll find a hypomanic, fast-talking guy named Justin Wilcox. He’s the one with the mohawk, black tie and beard. Wilcox leads workshops all over the world teaching aspiring entrepreneurs how to figure out who will buy the dreams they spin. The way to find out, generally, is to talk to strangers -- lots of them.

    By Chris Nicholson, Guest Contributor , written on

    From the News desk

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