Pando

Paul Carr

Paul Carr is editorial director of Pando. 

  1. Flagged for deletion: Why tech companies shouldn't ban racist flags

    Don’t try to find a legal, or even logical, explanation for why Swastikas are verboten on Amazon but Jeff Bezos will gladly sell you a copy of Mein Kampf in hardback, paperback, or for your Kindle.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Confederacy desk

  2. FBI refuses to hand Gawker the keys to its secret celebrity sex tape library

    As press freedom cases go, there are plenty less icky than this one.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Legal Affairs desk

  3. Pandoland 2015 starts TONIGHT in Nashville, Tennessee

    We couldn't be more excited. Our annual conference, Pandoland 2015, starts tonight in Nashville, TN with a grand opening party.

    By Paul Carr

    From the News desk

  4. A week before Pandoland, a sexist douche gives us a great idea

    In less than a week our big annual event, Pandoland, kicks off in Nashville TN. I’m really excited to go back to the city and hang out with several hundred entrepreneurs, investors and other start-up folks from Nashville, the South and far beyond. In fact, I'm writing this from 30k feet on my flight from San Francisco to Nashville.

    By Paul Carr

    From the News desk

  5. Listen again to last night's mini episode of PandoLIVE

    We're all about to head to Nashville for next week's Pandoland conference leaving not enough time for a full-length PandoLIVE.

    By Paul Carr

    From the News desk

  6. Apple's WWDC and that's about it: Listen LIVE right now to a LIVE mini-episode of PandoLIVE

    Just a mini episode of PandoLIVE tonight as we're all racing to make final preparations for next week's Pandoland conference in Nashville. You'll be there, right?

    By Paul Carr

    From the News desk

  7. Uber is hiring journalists! (And hopefully this time they won't be digging through trash)

    Six months ago Buzzfeed reported that Uber exec Emil Michael had threatened to hire journalists to dig into the personal lives of its critics... Over dinner, he outlined the notion of spending “a million dollars” to hire four top opposition researchers and four journalists. That team could, he said, help Uber fight back against the press — they’d look into “your personal lives, your families,” and give the media a taste of its own medicine...

    By Paul Carr

    From the News desk

  1. Go to page 1.
  2. Go to page 2.
  3. Go to page 3.
  4. Go to page 69.
  5. Go to page 70.