Pando

Dan Raile

  1. Airbnb accidentally invited a journalist to their first ever customer focus group: Me

    On Wednesday, Pando’s Carmel DeAmicis described AirBnB’s mixed success in staying ahead of customer service and public relations hitches. Hours later, I was being ushered into the Milan Suite, an office space on the fourth floor of Airbnb’s cavernous Brannan St. headquarters, for a sit-down with Chip Conley, the company’s head of global hospitality. The suite is one of several such spaces on the campus modeled to the exact decor of real Airbnb rentals.

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  2. California's Lieutenant Governor makes a push for open government, but the state remains a mostly closed book

    Yesterday, the State of California took a giant leap for statekind, though to most it will likely seem a small step. The occasion was the launch of the new California State Lands Commission data portal, the result of a partnership brokered by Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom with Mountain View-based Opengov, a company that creates data-visualization software for the web.

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  3. Drizly will deliver your booze without breaking the bank, or the law

    The transportation of alcohol across the US has long involved adventure and innovation.

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