The Fall and Software Rebirth of Middlemen

The Fall and Software Rebirth of Middlemen

By Danny Crichton Every region has its evil. In Hollywood, it’s content pirates, and in New York, it’s banking regulators (or Michael Bloomberg if you live outside Manhattan). In Silicon Valley, though, we don’t choose a small profession as our bogeyman: that’s way too pedestrian for us disruption gods. No, we choose all of middlemen as our foe. In the pantheon of evil conjured up by… Read More

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