Jon Nathanson

Jon Nathanson is a technology columnist, startup investor, and strategy consultant in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Technology
May 29 2014 12:36 PMWe Can Do Better Than LinkedInThe world’s biggest recruiting site is thriving. But there’s a lot more to the working world than this.
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May 13 2014 10:51 AMSilver Is the New GoldSilicon Valley is finally taking notice of a $750 billion market: baby boomers.
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April 23 2014 2:00 PM“But Google Drive Does the Exact Same Thing!”Answering a few important questions about the future of Dropbox.
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April 15 2014 2:58 PMThe End of AspirationThe luxury market has finally plateaued. It’s time for brands to choose sides.
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March 26 2014 11:06 AMAre Young People Really More Innovative?
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March 13 2014 11:46 AMHow Local Sports Could Change All of TelevisionSports franchises have driven the entire cable business model. That’s about to change.
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Feb. 26 2014 4:12 PMFacebook’s Identity CrisisUser identity was the key to Facebook’s global domination strategy—until it wasn’t.
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Feb. 11 2014 4:17 PMWhy Hollywood Resists DisruptionIt doesn’t fight off invaders. It sits down and does business with them.
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May 23 2014 10:16 AMTwo Bites of the AppleThree years into Tim Cook’s reign, are we bullish or bearish on the house Steve Jobs built?
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May 1 2014 12:33 PMHow Klout Finally MattersKlout failed to become the official scorecard for social media. Social networks will get better by learning from its mistakes.
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April 22 2014 11:25 AMWhy Google Should Buy DropboxBecause it has the potential to create a true Internet of You.
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April 9 2014 11:17 AMTake Our Money!Chinese tourism is a huge economic opportunity. America is blowing it.
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March 18 2014 4:54 PMThis Is HardcoreHow superfans drive the entertainment business.
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March 3 2014 5:13 PMGambling Is the Next Wave in Mobile GamingStates—and mobile developers—are fighting for a slice of a $30 billion pie.
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Feb. 18 2014 10:57 AMApple Has Already Released the iWatchThe war for wearables is heating up—and the least important battle is the wearables themselves.