Sometimes when we find ourselves on the third base, we think we hit a triple. It doesn’t matter if we got there by series of luck of the draw. I mean a botched throw that turned a single into a triple. Or a passed ball that helped with a stolen base or two. The point … Continue reading Unicornonsense


WeWork “the millennial workplace as a capitalist kibbutz” gets the Vanity Fair treatment, thanks to Gabriel Sherman, who has written an explosive and entertaining story about the life, time and crimes of WeWork founder Adam Neumann, who is a billionaire, thanks to the largesse of Softbank and its backers.  There are a lot of juicy … Continue reading We(don’t)Work