Oversharing is a smart and accessible guide to the most important trends in the gig economy, mobility, and urban policy. 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.

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Andrew Chen@andrewchen

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July 14, 2018

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September 25, 2018