There, amongst the partially digested processed chicken and stomach bile, were glistening blue, physically manifested digital ones and zeros.
Loneliness is the real horror of the cult hit We’re All Going to the World’s Fair.
If ghosting is the sign that a person lacks the will or the ability to hold their end of the social contract, muting implies a fear of abandonment and an absence of emotional hygiene.
Against the synthetic industriousness of modern building, Christopher Alexander advocated for slow and patient attention, for stillness and care.
The future belongs to those, who believe in beauty of their dreams.
Putin’s Russia uses postmodern methods to uphold pre-modern myths.
Gazing into the pale blue abyss of online intimacy.
A step-by-step guide to running your own personal server.
Nonsense is serious business for social media.
A watch does more than tell time; it tells you who you are.
With the support of Balaji Srinivasan, Afropolitan wants to put a new, more hopeful kind of nation-building into action.
The greatest anti-piracy measure was Netflix being an easy one-stop-shop for almost any movie. But as Netflix declines, the pirates return.
Open source is not anarchistic, but self-governance at its best.
Ten ways to defend your network against intrusion.
The internet is a vibrant connective tissue leading you to a number of Cursed places.
If software is eating the world, then software is eating political philosophy.
For Terry Davis, the computer was a vessel for the divine.
To build the right tools, first we need the right words.
Blockchain technology has had the time, money, and opportunity to make its mark on the world – and it hasn't. Ideology has held it back.
Email is your core online identity. You don't need to outsource it to a corporation.
With Amazon, machines do the shopping for you.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince is hoping to modernize with a 110-mile-long skyscraper in the desert. It won't work.
The Last Psychiatrist wants to fix you.
Mark Zuckerberg's virtual vision will leave us fractured but somehow closer than ever.
Pedro Gonzalez takes on institutional media on the left and the right, from within and without.