This week, executive editor Kris Frieswick talks about Anna Hensel's feature in Inc.'s April issue that explores the daily habits of successful entrepreneurs, like Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Ohanian says he only checks his email once a day.
Staff writer Will Yakowicz talks about how, in the wake of the recent Westminster terror attack, the UK government is accusing encrypted messaging platforms like WhatsApp of providing terrorists with a "hiding place." The crew discusses how the debate over privacy and national security has resurfaced a year after the FBI tried to compel Apple to unlock the iPhone belonging to the alleged perpetrators of the San Bernardino massacre.
Lastly, the crew interviews a former Inc. staffer, Laura Rich, co-founder and CEO of the media and events company Street Fight, about selling to Brandify and how her background in business reporting helped her as an entrepreneur.