The Most Intense El Niño Ever Observed Is Already a Worldwide Disaster
Future Tense Event: Come Watch October Sky with Dr. France Córdova in Washington, D.C.
Can This New App Use Fitbits to Transform Care for the Elderly?
What Will Libraries Be Like in 2100?It’s not so far away.
Metadata Surveillance Didn’t Stop the Paris AttacksAnd yet intelligence officials and politicians are now saying it could have. They’re wrong.
Pulp Sci-Fi’s Legacy to Women in ScienceWhat I learned about gender in STEM when I analyzed 560 works of pulp.
Facebook Has Enabled Its “Safety Check” Feature So People in Paris Can Tell Loved Ones They’re OK
Maybe You Should Be More Suspicious of Your Smartphone Apps
There’s Actually Some Good News About Email Security for Once
How Missouri Could Demonstrate What’s Wonderful About Yik YakThe community doesn’t let bullies and racists rule.
Facebook Is Blocking an Upstart Social Network. Should We Be Worried?
The Paradox of the Self-Driving CarTesla’s amazing autopilot mode is meant to make us safer drivers. What if it does the opposite?
Future Tense Newsletter: Mapping the Library of Tomorrow
T-Mobile Is Making It Easier to Stream Video Without Using Up Your Data. What’s the Catch?
The Library’s Global FutureEven as books disappear, libraries are changing the face of international development.
Future Tense Newsletter: Digital Prophecies and Present Fears
How I Became a SuperforecasterAn intelligence community project recruits ordinary citizens to help anticipate future geopolitical events.
Motorized Picnic Tables Are Cruising Around Perth With Australian Police in Hot Pursuit
The Emotional Uncanny ValleyHow zombies could be the future of artificial intelligence.
Intelligence Officials Have Named One More Enemy in the Paris Attacks: Encryption
Facebook Is the Best Place to Say You’re OK During a Crisis. Is It the Right Place?
How Parisians Are Using Twitter Hashtags to Keep Each Other Safe
Will Libraries Outlive Books?: A Future Tense Event Recap
Great, There's Another Smart TV That Can Be Infiltrated by Hackers
The Department of Education’s Plan to Go Open
Netizen Report: Russia Could Have the Power to Knock (Some) Websites Offline Worldwide
Microsoft’s New Plan for Fighting Government Surveillance: Store Data in Germany
Hackathons Have a Gender ProblemAnd they might explain why it’s so difficult to attract women to work in cybersecurity.
Fresh Climate Data Confirms 2015 Is Unlike Any Other Year in Human History
Google Maps Will Now Give You Directions Even If You Don’t Have Service