August 30, 2015
Original, must reads to get you ahead of the curve today.
Susan Wojcicki Curates OZY’s PDB
Taking Stock, 10 Years After Katrina
The Fight Over Gay Marriage Continues
Lawyer Helps Tech Firms Diversify
The Online-Video Gold Rush
Migrants Don’t Leave Home Without Their … Phones
The PDB is the OZY take on what the most powerful person in the world gets with their morning coffee. Even if you read nothing else during the day, it aims to send you out the door better prepared than if you had read everything else.
Interviews, op-eds, and analysis from tomorrow’s top thinkers, old dogs & rabble-rousers.
A 360-degree look at one of America’s fastest-growing - and most troubled - housing markets.
Eugene S. Robinson delivers his commentary straight-up with an acid back. No punches pulled.
Politics, technology, business, culture, life; it’s hard not to have home-town pride.
Life lessons and great stories from OZY co-founder Carlos Watson.
OZY essayist Anthony Hamilton inspires candid conversation in his Bay Area barbershop.
Immersive, surprising, and inspiring; well-told tales from around the globe.
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OZY CEO Carlos Watson discusses drones, Indian politics and speech therapy.
There are 30 million people at any given time not contributing to the U.S. economy. Why?
We spent a night at a squat in the Czech Republic. Forget the anarcho-punk stereotype — these agitators just might be onto something.
France’s electorate has a weirdly counterintuitive relationship with racism.
Hug your nearest map-maker. Cartography may not have a chance, given the changing nature of the nation-state.
For poor nations, standing up for world peace can be a profitable business.
Americans and Brits merge “courteously” and as early as possible. But Germany is teaching us to zip it up.
But she’s no Hollywood sex symbol. Tagore embodies humanism.
The Donald’s campaign, like his business empire, employs some surprisingly shrewd tactics.
A former accountant plans on giving the world’s most dominant athlete the “beating of her life.”
Pay this Brazilian to “watch” your car — or else …
Nerds around the world are coming up with plans for using “data furnaces” to heat dwellings, fish farms and even kindergartens.
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