On whiling away time before we have to be ourselves online again.
Tung-Hui Hu | Dec 1, 2022
Hip-hop DJ culture provides a rich site for exploring how culture and industry can converge and collaborate, as well as how they need each other to move forward.
André Sirois | Sep 22, 2022
Adopting autonomous vehicles is a question of psychology as much as of technology.
Jean-François Bonnefon | Jun 21, 2022
Much like Dorothy discovers at the end of “The Wizard of Oz,” the key to hacking time is a tool we’ve had all along: Choice.
Michelle Drouin | Feb 4, 2022
What can we learn from the stand-ins helping to shape real life?
Dylan Mulvin | Sep 9, 2021
During WWI the act of hearing was recast as a tactical activity — one that could determine human and even national survival.
Gascia Ouzounian | Jul 26, 2021
By exploiting women, British companies gained all the benefits of powerful mainframes with little labor overhead — and no long-term commitment to their computing workforce.
Mar Hicks | Feb 8, 2021
A glimpse of an alternative economic and industrial history and future, in which the Luddites were successful in their battle against alienating technology.
Miriam A. Cherry | Jan 19, 2021
The fever around data bunkers, manifested in the desire to secure or defend data, is in fact a melancholic attachment to the data.
Tung-Hui Hu | Oct 29, 2020
The Oaxacan vision of community, indigenous rights, and autonomy from which Telecomunicaciones Indígenas Comunitarias has emerged can be tied to a far more familiar story: that of the Zapatista indigenous rebellion.
Ramesh Srinivasan | Oct 22, 2020