If you live in America and are dreaming of 5G to come and sizzle up your devices (which might set you back big money), it is, frankly, time to wake up and smell the hype. While U.S. wireless companies like AT&T love to talk up 5G, when it comes to sharing details on availability, they  quickly hide behind legal doublespeak. No wonder, as Ars Technica points out, they want to hide the map of 5G availability from the American public

What I am reading today

Coin (a money-focused startup) builds a bridge, but can it cross the divide? [UX Magazine] Did you learn anything useful in VC? [Sarah Tavel] The end of private cloud – 5 stages of loss and grief. [John Treadway] A neuroscientist’s radical theory of how networks become conscious. [Brandom Keim] Sex in the senate. [Politco Magazine] … Continue reading What I am reading today