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April 5 · Issue #3 · View online
The Exponential View
The mission of my newsletter is to weekly identify key stories that illustrate the changes in our world during this unprecedented time of exponential progress. Expect stories about software, renewable, artificial intelligence, education, politics, equality and economics. I search for stories which illustrate exponential, non-linear change.
This week: the plunging cost of electric vehicles, Tesla’s new home battery, how mobile advertising is taking over all advertising, Putin’s weird troll machine and rethinking education. Builders’ notes, which is of particular interest for product people, looks at the Apple Watch and rethinking Uber.

The not-so-far future
Where are we?
Finland’s radical educational plans
The Remarkable plunge in the cost of electric vehicles
Transistor production has reached astronomical scales
Tesla's home battery
Airbnb will soon book more rooms than the world’s largest hotel chains
Mobile ad spend gets to more than half of all digital ad spend
Builder's notes
How Apple makes the watch
This is what free, ad-supported Uber rides might look like
Department of dystopias
Inside Putin's professional trolls
The dystopian lake filled by the world’s tech lust
End notes
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