Oversharing is a smart and accessible guide to the most important trends in the gig economy, mobility, and smart and sustainable urbanism. It’s written by me, Ali Griswold, a London-based journalist and former reporter for Quartz and Slate. Oversharing readers include venture capitalists, bankers and dealmakers, C-suiters, consultants, academics, and generally anyone interested in the intersection of technology, labor, and urban development. Oversharing provides some of the wonkiest and most in-depth analyses of this space while also being fun to read.

How it works

Paid subscribers get every post (usually 2-4 per week), can access the full archive, and can leave comments and participate in community threads.

One edition each week is free to all.

Stuff you can expect from paid posts includes:

  • In-depth analysis

  • Original reporting

  • Detailed breakdowns of academic studies, laws, and regulations

  • Podcasts and q&a transcripts with top thinkers and experts in their field

  • Links, links, links

Check out some past issues of Oversharing below:

What Oversharing readers say

Andrew Chen@andrewchen

I also highly recommend that you subscribe to @alisongriswold's essays at Oversharing - imho the best mobility-focused newsletter out there - over here: https://t.co/L5x0dhlImv. I've been recommending it for years and lots of Uber and a16z employees are now readers!

July 14, 2018

Cathy O'Neil@mathbabedotorg

Are you subscribed to Oversharing? It’s the only newsletter I read and it’s amazing and it’s written by the hilarious and brilliant @alisongriswold. Sign up here:https://t.co/MZ0bzTyBKk

September 25, 2018


Ali Griswold 
London-based journalist, reluctant Twitter user, former staff reporter for Quartz and Slate.