You are what you innovate? / Eva Marley
The Baffler,  March 31, 2015

Daily Bafflements

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• Dressing for Success: In a post on creative work attire that calls to mind our fashion-themed current issue, Amber Stott lets us in on how urban farmers and foodies can be just as innovative as Silicon Valley startup bros.

• Rahim Madhavji recounts the woes of the struggling startup mogul in the Observer, right down to having to give up the private jets of his boring old finance job. Get your Kleenex ready.

• Just when you didn’t think it could get worse in the world of print publishing, Cablevision is making a $1 bid for the beleaguered New York Daily News.

• And rounding out your daily baffling with another dose of intrepid hipsterism, Noah Sanders maps San Francisco’s avalanche of gentrification, citing some highly scientific data on yoga studios and independent cafes.

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