The author of Instagram's original ranking algorithm explains how social platforms pick content for users and why sharing more experiments could improve trust.
Our narrow view of “kidtech”—games and shows, ad infinitum—is a missed opportunity. There’s room for an audio-visual browser that's purpose-built for kids.
No category is really won until the social product is built. These are challenges and the open opportunities in building "social+" companies.
The intersection of social and finance—as well as shifting attitudes around what we share about money—have given way to a new wave of financial products.
What happens when we give creators (of all kinds!) tools? How do mediums — and organizations — evolve, prioritize, "disrupt themselves"?
What can we learn from the "creativity network effects" flywheel of TikTok and "algorithm friendly" product design?
Podcasts, and interest in podcasting, is growing. But by how much, exactly? And where might opportunities for entrepreneurs, toolmakers, and creators lie?