Indian founders are now thinking about their customers as the global market. Indian founders are hungry and they're operating at the pace and scale that's no less than American & European builders.
After going through all the essays & podcasts on the topic, I've realized that American Dynamism is a call for ambitious builders to revitalize industries that haven't changed in decades.
There's been a ton of discussion around open source & AI recently. But when did the concept of open source software first become relevant? It's a pretty interesting story that involves an AT&T antitrust case, an open letter from Bill Gates, and developers from Berkeley & MIT.
Theodore Vail makes a bold claim that Bell Labs will demonstrate the first transcontinental phone call in 6 years...without having any idea if it was even possible.
How a fight between Linux and BitKeeper led to the launch of Git in record time.
The start of live-streaming on the web at Cambridge University. Many important inventions come out of the need for pure convenience.
Diving into the launch of the biggest tech launch of the 90s: Windows 95.