Untangling the weirdness of sexism and racism in the car and auto-repair market
In 1920, nobody knew. Nobody knows today, either.
Culprit No. 1: poorly informed consumers. Culprit No. 2: the rich.
Parents will help keep e-readers from completely winning for now
The problem with most ideas about how to make something "sharable" on the Web isn't that they're obviously wrong. It's that they're so obvious.
Easy rankings help us navigate a busy world by limiting and ordering our options. But the convenience comes at a cost.
Infinite books, fast shipping, free streaming, fresh groceries: What kind of company is Jeff Bezos building?
Today's teens have literally never known life without the modern web. Yet they still prefer brick and mortar shopping.
Dumber, fatter, poorer.
Even for the most materialistic consumers, it's the experience of shopping (and the anticipation of buying) that makes us truly happy
A short history of bargains
"If the consumer economy had a sex, it would be female. If the business world had a sex, it would be male. Therein lies the pickle."