Hello friend :)

You might have seen me on Twitter or my website here. I mostly spend time in NYC, with stints in Texas (home) and the west coast (SF/LA) where I lived before.

My essays try to make sense of the worlds I’m in (and the people in them). I usually write about consumer-ish tech, creative work, & the art of ambition, and whatever else is top of mind. I publish once a week on average (and more often for patrons). You can let me know if you want me to write about something here.

I split time between building products and other creative projects. Slang is the consumer product studio I co-run. I’ve seen some big startup swings up close as effectively the 1st hire at Clubhouse & an early investor in the likes of BeReal.

Truly creative stuff I like include: writing, film, fashion, design, and games. (Oh, I also happen to be a doctor & did all the schooling parents could ever be proud of.)

If you like my writing, become a patron? It helps me make sense of putting more time into it. (If it’s too expensive for you but you still want to access all the essays, e-mail me). I’m at anuatluru at gmail dot com.

I hope Working Theorys gets you thinking about some things in new ways.❤︎

So why “Working Theorys?” (P.S. it’s an intentional spelling).

“Working theories are a way in which children draw on and apply ideas and understandings accumulated from their personal and social experiences, in order to make sense of their world.” [The Education Hub]

“A working hypothesis is a hypothesis that is provisionally accepted as a basis for further ongoing research in the hope that a tenable theory will be produced, even if the hypothesis ultimately fails … "working" indicates [it] is subject to change.” [Wikipedia]

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