Here you can find some of the writing that I am most pleased with.
The last few times I’ve visited San Francisco, I’ve stayed with my friend Alex, who is a technology journalist. We came up with this idea during a night on the town, and followed through the next day. I’m extremely happy that I was added as an official co-author on the piece.
- Where to Get Funded in 2016 That Isn’t Silicon Valley
- Around the World in Series A’s
- The Beginnner’s Guide to VC
- Developers! Developers! Developers… Are Expensive
- VCs Spark High Times for American Cannabis
- An Insider’s Look Into The Life Sciences Boom
For two years, I was a technology blogger for Techli.com, which used to be known as “Flyover Geeks”. The freedom my editors gave me to explore topics that personally interested me was immensely valuable in shaping my understanding of technology and the technology business.
My primary topics of coverage were the intersection of technology and society, privacy, intellectual property, entrepreneurial culture, and Facebook. Below is a sample of what I feel is some of my better writing and journalistic work I did for Techli.
- What a Chat Bot Taught Me About Being Human
- How and Why I Shilled for Draw Something on Japanese TV
- Social Media Scares Off Condaleeza Rice and Hank Paulson from University of Chicago
- How to Win Startup Weekend, and How I’d Change It
- Facebook and Our Brave New World
- Patently Insane, Part One: An Introduction
- Patently Insane, Part Two: Fowl Play and How Writing and Coding Are Similar
- Patently Insane, Part Three: Anatomy of a Patent Troll and Some Conclusions
- Is Bitcoin an Experiment in Anarchy? (June, 2011)
- On Being an Entrepreneur: A Maker’s Manifesto
I took a break from publishing to my blog here at jasondrowley.com. Instead, I published some writing up on Medium. Here’s a selection of some of my better posts there.