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How California is Making Landlords Rich

California is making landlords rich through several policies that make rents unaffordable and homeownership unattainable

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Principles for Livable Cities

In building AirGarage, we have seen how a generation of automobile-centric urban planning has created sprawling cities, optimized for cars, not people.

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Fear and Dilution

Fear of missing out and greed are the two most powerful forces motivating investors, but what motivates founders to take an investment?

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Flexible Leasing and the Homeownership Dilemma

Is homeownership good for cities? Well, it's complicated.

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San Francisco's Most Absurd Zoning Policies

There are so many absurd zoning policies to choose from.

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Learnings from a Conversation on Fixing Education

Recently I had a conversation with two smart friends about a passion of mine, fixing education, and I wanted to start a living document a few of the learnings. We came from 3 different countries and school systems, so there were some interesting perspectives.

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Heuristics for choosing Good VCs

Since we just raised a round at AirGarage, I wanted to share some heuristics that might help you think about what to look for in a VC.

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