Watch Burning Steel Wool Make Oxidation Beautiful
If You Still Don’t Get How Global Warming Will Alter Everything, Read Some Climate Fiction
Tesla Says Customers Can’t Use Its Self-Driving Cars for Uber
The Beginning of the End of the Screen Time WarsThe American Academy of Pediatrics updates its guidelines for young kids—finally.
The Dakota Access Pipeline Should’ve Happened 10 Years AgoThe reasons it didn’t are as American as fracking and apple pie.
This Is Probably Why a Whole Lot of the Internet Went Down This Morning
Should Silicon Valley Tolerate Peter Thiel?Why the billionaire’s support of Donald Trump is dividing the tech industry.
Why Don’t We Know More About Trump’s and Clinton’s Cybersecurity Policies?
More Talking in Class, PleaseTechnology can limit student discussion—or encourage it.
Ownership and Deception in the Digital MarketplaceWhat really happens when you click “buy now.”
Will Technology Make Ownership Obsolete?
Cards Against Humanity Funded This Amazing Anti-Trump Billboard
How a Tweet Can Be Considered Assault
Future Tense Newsletter: From Media to Content
The Best, Worst, and Most Uncomfortable Lines of the Second Presidential Debate
The East Coast Cyberattack: What We Know Now
The Effervescent Genius of the Video Game Soda Machine Project
Nintendo Switch Is Retro, but It’s Not Just a Gimmick
How Samsung’s Exploding-Battery Disaster Could Lead to Something Great
How a Printer Company Redefined OwnershipLexmark’s strategy has changed the rules about what you can do with something you “bought.”
Come to a Free Screening and Discussion of Never Let Me Go
Future Tense Newsletter: Buy It Never
Get Off the Trolley ProblemSelf-driving cars shouldn’t have to choose who to protect in a crash.
The Apple Car May Have Failed. But At Least It Failed Fast.
Google News Is Adding a “Fact-Check” Tag. Good Timing.
Netizen Report: Brazilians Find the Limits of Free Speech on Facebook
Rejoice! The iPhone Just Became a Little More Accessible to the Left-Handed.
Save the Right to HackThe good kind, of course.
The Spies in Your EmailHow Yahoo risked user security by giving in to government surveillance demands.