Russillo talks about Scottie Pippen’s refusal to check-in during the 1994 playoffs versus the Knicks (3:50), before talking to author of American Kingpin, Nick Bilton, about the Silk Road, an Amazon-style internet marketplace created by Ross Ulbricht that featured illegal drugs and other items. They talk about the rise and fall of the Silk Road, Ulbricht’s capture and trial, and more (13:09). Finally Russillo answers some listener-submitted questions (47:25).
Nick Bilton on ‘American Kingpin’ and the Silk Road. Plus, Mailbag Life Advice.
Russillo talks about Scottie Pippen’s refusal to check-in during the 1994 playoffs before he’s joined by author Nick Bilton
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