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  1. Jose Antonio Vargas at Pandoland: Immigration in America is a farce

    In recent years, journalist, filmmaker, and entrepreneur Jose Antonio Vargas has built a new extension on an already impressive career, with his personal immigration story and a keenness to have straightforward conversations about the issue as his basic materials. This morning that ongoing dialogue made a tour stop on stage at Pandoland in Nashville.

    By Dan Raile , written on

    From the News desk

  2. The War Nerd: A Glorious Victory, For Once!

    You’ve probably heard by now that the Syrian Kurds have taken Tal Abyad, the key border town due north of Islamic State’s capital, Raqqa.

    By Gary Brecher , written on

    From the War desk

  3. From the mouth of a dead unicorn: Bradford Shellhammer talks about the last days of Fab and being enlightened

    Bradford Shellhammer, the CEO and co-founder of e-commerce design site Bezar, was the perfect speaker to kick off day two of Pandoland 2015.

    By Dennis Keohane , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Uber's drivers are employees, not "contractors": California labor commission ruling

    Uber’s business model—skim profits off drivers, while avoiding the expenses that come with hiring drivers as employees—just suffered a major blow: the California labor commission has just ruled that Uber’s drivers are, in fact, employees, not contractors. Uber, which has seen its valuation soar to over $50 billion, can no longer claim that it is just a nifty little app that happens to pair up micro-entrepreneurial drivers and consumers, thereby avoiding the expenses and laws that other transportation and logistics companies have to bear.

    By Mark Ames , written on

    From the News desk

  5. PANDOLAND DAY TWO (WOO!)

    Pandoland 2015's second day is in full swing.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

    From the News desk

  6. Pandoland welcomes James Freeman: The Proust-quoting, classical music junkie behind Blue Bottle Coffee

    James Freeman of Blue Bottle Coffee took to the stage this morning at Pandoland and in less than half an hour secured his place as perhaps the most enigmatic of San Francisco’s myriad venture-backed founders. Softly-spoken, bombast-deficient, earnest, gray, and fatherly, he might be best described as the Colonel Sanders of pour-overs. And $115.7 million in venture investments agree.

    By Dan Raile , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Pando at Bonnaroo, Day Two: Let's talk about Adderall, people

    Following a Day One that neatly brought together all the ways the Internet has made it harder than ever to be a "hipster" and keep a straight face, Day Two of Bonnaroo scorched into existence with one of the best single-day lineups the festival's seen in recent years. The blistering, heart-exploding hip-hop duo Run the Jewels unsurprisingly stole the show, but rapper Kendrick Lamar's main stage performance was clearly the fan favorite. Kendrick's delivery and swagger were flawless, and appropriately the crowd loved every moment.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  8. Is Spotify doomed because of Apple Music? No -- Spotify's been doomed from the start

    On Monday, Apple finally unveiled its long-anticipated subscription music service, Apple Music. And all week many commentators have been saying the same thing we've been writing for months: That the streaming music space is Apple's to lose.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

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