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SpaceX wants to be a phone company too

SpaceX’s petitioned the FCC, “aiming to offer cheaper phone plans for people with lower incomes through Starlink.” They’re thinking $9.25 per month for broadband and $5.25 for phone service. Move over, AT&T! | learn more

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Missed the internet wave

“In the interview [Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress] talks about how early in his career he felt like he missed the wave of the Internet revolution.” | learn more

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Creeping as a Service

There’s a twitter app called Spoonbill that keeps a log of profile changes in a user’s network. The resulting feed is a window to the evolving way people choose to portray themselves. “How Spoonbill reveals our obsession with identity.” | learn more

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Emerging roles in tech

Ann Bordetsky on Twitter: “What do you call someone who’s really great at stitching together modular tools like Airtable + Notion + Zap + Slack + …. to build quasi-products? Not a PM. Not a Marketer. Not Ops per se. […]

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The Presidents of Telegram

Heads of state are joining the privacy-focused messaging service. Most recently the presidents of Brazil and Turkey joined 8 other heads of state. Any guesses why?! Telegram founder Pavel Durov (yeah, name buddy!) writes, “We may be witnessing the largest […]