Adam L. Penenberg

Adam L. Penenberg is an assistant professor at New York University and assistant director of the business and economic reporting program in the school's department of journalism. You can email him at

Nov. 7 2013 4:39 PM“A Heart Beating Around Her Finger”How a close call in the ER turned a young doctor into a surgical visionary.
Jan. 25 2006 12:29 PMGoogle vs. DoJWhy the subpoena fight is all about public relations.
Jan. 9 2006 1:10 PMMicrosoft vs. Computer SecurityWhy the software giant still can't get it right.
Dec. 12 2005 5:02 PMApple's Next MoveHow Steve Jobs can put a hammerlock on digital video.
Nov. 29 2005 3:31 PMWho Controls the Internet?Why it doesn't matter if the United States is in charge.
Nov. 14 2005 5:47 PMDigital Rights MismanagementHow Apple, Microsoft, and Sony cash in on piracy prevention.
Nov. 1 2005 1:34 PMPrivacy for SaleHow to buy online anonymity.
Oct. 17 2005 4:48 PMThe Death of TelevisionWill the Internet replace the boob tube?
Oct. 3 2005 1:36 PMMe Against My StudentsHow I use the Internet to combat plagiarists, fabulists, and cheaters.
Jan. 31 2006 3:03 PMSearch Engine DiplomacyHow tech companies should do business in China.
Jan. 17 2006 5:10 PMInternet FreeloadersShould Google have to pay for the bandwidth it consumes?
Dec. 20 2005 3:15 PMThe End of Moore's LawMicrochips are getting smaller—and that's the problem.
Dec. 5 2005 5:46 PMThe Right Price for Digital MusicWhy 99 cents per song is too much, and too little.
Nov. 22 2005 12:33 PMRed HerringDon't listen to Bill Gates. The open-source movement isn't communism.
Nov. 7 2005 4:51 PMCookie MonstersThe innocuous text files that Web surfers love to hate.
Oct. 24 2005 5:20 PMThe Fight Over WirelessWill we get Internet access from big government or big business?
Oct. 10 2005 4:49 PMHas Google Peaked?Potential obstacles for the world's hottest tech company.


Justice Ginsburg’s Crucial Dissent in the Texas Voter ID Case

The Jarring Experience of Watching White Americans Speak Frankly About Race

How Facebook’s New Feature Could Come in Handy During a Disaster

The Most Ingenious Teaching Device Ever Invented

Sprawl, Decadence, and Environmental Ruin in Nevada

View From Chicago

You Should Be Able to Sell Your Kidney

Or at least trade it for something.

Space: The Next Generation

An All-Female Mission to Mars

As a NASA guinea pig, I verified that women would be cheaper to launch than men.

Terrorism, Immigration, and Ebola Are Combining Into a Supercluster of Anxiety

The Legal Loophole That Allows Microsoft to Seize Assets and Shut Down Companies

  News & Politics
Oct. 19 2014 1:05 PM Dawn Patrol Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s critically important 5 a.m. wake-up call on voting rights.
Business Insider
Oct. 19 2014 11:40 AM Pot-Infused Halloween Candy Is a Worry in Colorado
Oct. 17 2014 5:26 PM Judge Begrudgingly Strikes Down Wyoming’s Gay Marriage Ban
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 17 2014 4:23 PM A Former FBI Agent On Why It’s So Hard to Prosecute Gamergate Trolls
  Slate Plus
Tv Club
Oct. 20 2014 7:15 AM The Slate Doctor Who Podcast: Episode 9 A spoiler-filled discussion of "Flatline."
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
Future Tense
Oct. 17 2014 6:05 PM There Is No Better Use For Drones Than Star Wars Reenactments
  Health & Science
Bad Astronomy
Oct. 20 2014 7:00 AM Gallery: The Red Planet and the Comet
Sports Nut
Oct. 16 2014 2:03 PM Oh What a Relief It Is How the rise of the bullpen has changed baseball.