The Smart Money on ESG’s Refugees
The Smart Money on ESG’s Refugees

New firms like Strive offer values-based opportunities outside the Wall Street bubble. Can they source the talent to deliver?

Mihail Amarie
Work and Pray
Work and Pray

For Bitcoin to be sustainable, miners must embrace institutions and the centralization and discipline they entail.

Pablo Peniche
All Surface and No Feeling
All Surface and No Feeling

What’s lost when the concrete sensibility of buttons gives way to the flatness of the touchscreen and the kiosk.

Pablo Peniche
The Selecting Hand
The Selecting Hand

As we gain the freedom to diversify the forms of value we enact, we may yet discover thousands more.

Oshan Jarow
Disappear Here
Disappear Here

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.

Barbara Genova
Photocopy the Web
Photocopy the Web

How to create a digital stockpile in a time of disappearing data.

Chris Rudzki
A Server of One’s Own
A Server of One’s Own

A step-by-step guide to running your own personal server.

Chris Rudzki
Countries Without Borders
Countries Without Borders

With the support of Balaji Srinivasan, Afropolitan wants to put a new, more hopeful kind of nation-building into action.

Katherine Dee
Are You Paying Attention?
Are You Paying Attention?

Whether difference or disorder, ADHD is the psychological marrow of the information age.

Matthew Belsky
Digital Monastic
Digital Monastic

For Terry Davis, the computer was a vessel for the divine.

Pablo Peniche
The Nuclear Realist
The Nuclear Realist

For Emmet Penney, nuclear advocacy is about doing your homework.

Katherine Dee
Are You Sure You’re Not a Robot?
Are You Sure You’re Not a Robot?

Down and out on the CAPTCHA farm.

Liam Greenwell
The Trolley Problem
The Trolley Problem

Style versus function in the race to improve urban transit.

Addison Del Mastro
Web 1.0
Web 1.0

The internet of the ‘90s was a spectacular dream to live through. The internet we believed in is long gone.

Jeremy Carl