Podcast / Tech Won’t Save Us / May 9, 2024

Tesla Is Choosing Hype Over Substance

On this episode of Tech Won’t Save Us, Ed Niedermeyer on Tesla’s stagnation as an electric-vehicle manufacturer.

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Tesla is Choosing Hype Over Substance with Edward Niedermeyer | Tech Won't Save Us
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On this week's episode of Tech Won't Save Us, Paris Marx is joined by Ed Niedermeyer to discuss Tesla's stagnation as an electric vehicle manufacturer and what that could mean for its future as competitors cut into their market share. 

Ed Niedermeyer is the author of Ludicrous: The Unvarnished Story of Tesla Motors, and is the co-host of the Autonocast, a podcast on the future of transportation.

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Tesla electric vehicle on display

Employees of the Tesla Gigafactory Berlin Brandenburg work on the final inspection of the finished Model Y electric vehicles on March 22, 2022.

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On this week’s episode of Tech Won’t Save Us, we’re joined by Ed Niedermeyer to discuss Tesla’s stagnation as an electric vehicle manufacturer and what that could mean for its future as competitors cut into their market share.

Ed Niedermeyer is the author of Ludicrous: The Unvarnished Story of Tesla Motors, and is the cohost of Autonocast, a podcast on the future of transportation.

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Tech’s Plan to ‘Ethnically Cleanse’ San Francisco with Gil Duran | Tech Won't Save Us
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Paris Marx is joined by Gil Duran to discuss Balaji Srinivasan’s plan to implement “tech Zionism” in San Francisco and the threat posed by Silicon Valley's growing opposition to democracy.

Gil Duran is an independent journalist and former editorial page editor for the Sacramento Bee.

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Paris Marx

Paris Marx is a tech critic and host of the Tech Won’t Save Us podcast. He writes the Disconnect newsletter and is the author of Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation.

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