Stripe Press

Stripe partners with hundreds of thousands of the world’s most innovative businesses—organizations that will shape the world of tomorrow. These businesses are the result of many different inputs. Perhaps the most important ingredient is “ideas.”

Stripe Press highlights ideas that we think can be broadly useful. Some books contain entirely new material, some are collections of existing work reimagined, and others are republications of previous works that have remained relevant over time or have renewed relevance today.

Link here.


Stripe Press: Stubborn Attachments by Tyler Cowen:

If we want to continue on our trends of growth, and the overwhelmingly positive outcomes for societies that come with it, every individual must become more concerned with the welfare of those around us—and in the world at large and most of all our descendants in the future. So, how do we proceed? Cowen, in a culmination of 20 years of thinking and research, provides a roadmap for moving forward. Stubborn Attachments: A Vision for a Society of Free, Prosperous, and Responsible Individuals argues that our reason and common sense can help free us of the faulty ideas that hold us back as people and as a society. Cowen’s latest book, at its heart, makes the contemporary moral case for economic growth and in doing so engenders a great dose of inspiration and optimism about our future possibilities.

Complacent no more:

Here's an enterprising idea: a fly trap for tech entrepreneurs with "ideas". Once the prey is in the trap, take a look and see if the "idea" has promise. If it does, capture and exploit it; if not, just suck the life out of it before it dies.

Yeah, it’s called venture capital.

"a fly trap for tech entrepreneurs": it needs a name. How about a 'musk'?

No "innovative" business that needs to put "ideas" in scare quotes ever deserves you business. Hope they go bankruptcy and soon.

Patrick has been printing, and giving a copy of The Dream Machine to employees and visitors for years, so putting the books for sale online is not much of a stretch.

Tyler should tell us about why Stubborn Attachments was added though: I suppose Patrick requested the printing, but did the book just fail to get a physical publisher before, or did he never try?

Who are the owners of Stripe Press?

I thought the mobile payments people were publishers now or something.

That was my first reaction too.

Isn't that exactly what is happening?

Comments for this post are closed