How Folklore Goes Digital
An element of legends is that they never really happened. They are believed but not true. The urban legend emphasizes that city dwellers and moderns can…
The Female Creative Underclass
This is a piece all about the art of flourishing on the digital frontier. It’s right there in the mission statement. Maybe you’ll be able to tell me how…
The Cult Is Coming From Inside The House
Many young startup founders trying to emulate Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, or Travis Kalanick move to a hacker house to work on the next big thing.
Glitching The Circuit
How imperfections make beautiful music.
Justin Patrick Moore
The literary internet logs off
AI Will Make Spam Worse, But There's An Easier Fix Than Anti-AI Laws
Maybe now, after many decades of knowing the solution to our spam problem, we can finally get the fix we've been promised.
A Network to Beat the Talent Crisis
When you want to exit the cyborg vivarium without going hermit mode.
The Week in AI: Who Controls The AI Printing Press?
Banning technology has never worked before, so why are people convinced it will now with AI.
In a masterful adaptation of William Gibson’s novel, we see a realistic vision of VR hell.
Hacking Your Body
From vulnerabilities to security and ethical concerns, human augmentation opens a pandora's box of problems.
Like Germany, The US Is Greening Its Grid Towards Catastrophe
Top US energy regulator warns Congress that our grid is reaching a breaking point.
The Week in AI: The Empire Strikes Back (100K Tokens, Transformer Agents, One Embedding to Bind Them All)
After watching Google, seemingly, struggle to announce and release useful AI products, they’re striking back with a vengeance. I was never sure how much…
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