What if your access to something tomorrow depended on your behavior today, but you only knew about it in retrospect? Also, a weird dream.
Does biology affect culture? And does culture affect how we make decisions? If so, perhaps geopolitics relies more on our jungle-surplus wetware than we’re willing to admit.
I spent hours trying to get my own content back from Flickr. I found out it violates the cloud’s prime directive: Get me my stuff.
If my native Québec wants to save its language and culture, it desperately needs the very allies they’re trying to shun with a crackdown on language.
A relatively unknown debate over whether special effects shot overseas should be subject to tariffs could have wide-ranging consequences for the digital economy.
At Strata last week, science historian James Burke gave a brilliant keynote. Afterwards, we had a coffee break for members of the media, during which he expanded on some of the things he’d said on the main stage. The topic of the Internet came up. I love the way he put this: “I think theRead more