“I definitely think growing up in a time of hardship, global conflict and economic troubles has affected my future,” said Seimi Park, a 17-year-old high school senior in Virginia Beach, who always dreamed of a career in fashion, but has recently shifted her sights to law, because it seems safer.
intrinsically toxic relationship between the three parties to the advertising ecosystem: advertisers, publishers and readers. Advertisers buy publishers’ inventory to sell things to readers, but publishers sell inventory to advertisers because they want money, not because they want to help sell products. Readers want to read what the publishers are publishin […]
“This is what you’ll get, when you mess with us.” “Once we know there’s a reasonable chance that we are being watched in one fashion or another it’s hard for that not to have a ‘panopticon effect,’” he said, “where we think and behave differently based on the assumption that people may be watching and paying attention to what we are doing.”
“It's a proxy for staying power, which is something we’re fascinated by,” said Jake Levine, one of the cofounders. “We measure success for a piece on the basis of how much depth it has, how likely is a customer to live with it for an extended period of time? In many ways it's a response to the fleeting manic nature of the web as we know it.”
"The fact is, Ronda Rousey could punch you in the face anytime she wanted, and she has completely created her own life and she's having an incredible career that most of us could only dream of and she doesn't give a s---- what you think. And that point of view is really, really threatening to certain people, especially when it comes in the for […]