How Africans are building their own tech infrastructure.
A talk with the chief storyteller of the intellectual underground.
Social media reduces human beings to bees all too content to trade individual thought for community acceptance.
Thriving in the age of distractions is hearing the music inside the noise.
The future belongs to those, who believe in beauty of their dreams.
The Light Phone II has good intentions. But like other minimalist tech, it's a machine with an agenda.
Mood swings by a glowing rectangle.
You will become a democratic Rube-Goldberg device of justice.
Sickness has become characteristic of both impunity and plausible deniability.
Against the urge to escape to Mars or the metaverse, pizza reminds us of what is real.
How making notes can shrink your brain.
DALL-E shows us a future of art without artists.
Geoengineering the weather to curtail climate change: brilliant or mad?
When Twitter becomes the school psychologist.
I'm the janitor: I clean the floors, tighten bolts, and debug code.
Ten steps for building a grid of your own.
If we’re all potential cops, then we’re all also potential criminals.
Web3 may be more than a libertarian’s playground.
What it means when epistemologies no longer need to collide.
We asked four tech insiders for their thoughts.
George Hotz against the institutions.