A long-time journalist based in Silicon Valley, Michael has been in the thick of technological change since the web took hold. Writing and editing for such outlets as WIRED, Fortune, and Business 2.0, Michael has been a part of identifying and explaining some of the most monumental (and monumentally stupid) trends in technology from the time Netscape was a thing. Most recently he helped lead editorial efforts as a partner at venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
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