Ariel Bogle

Ariel Bogle, a contributor to Future Tense, is an associate editor at New America.

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Feb. 21 2014 4:27 PMThe Algorithm Knows What the Heart Wants: A Future Tense Event Recap
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Feb. 5 2014 12:00 PMIs Accepting Bitcoin Just a Publicity Stunt for Companies?
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Jan. 10 2014 5:51 PMU.S. Politicians Want to Fast-Track the Super-Secret, Super-Controversial TPP
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Dec. 16 2013 12:03 PMStudy: Student Data Not Safe in the Cloud
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Nov. 5 2013 5:06 PMThe Biggest Threat to China's Surveillance Apparatus: Smog
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Oct. 16 2013 8:15 AMCan You Autograph an E-Book?
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Oct. 4 2013 1:27 PMTech Giants: Beware the Campus Curse
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Aug. 27 2013 4:49 PMHow Does a Design Museum Add Software to Its Collection? There's an App for That.
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Aug. 7 2013 4:03 PMBeware: Quartz Announces "Annotated" Comments.
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Aug. 2 2013 11:07 AMCan UPS Help Make 3-D Printing Mainstream?
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July 26 2013 12:33 PMHow the World Wildlife Fund Is Using Technology to Save Animals
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Feb. 20 2014 12:38 PMWomen Tilt Their Heads More, and Other Findings From a Rigorous Analysis of Selfies
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Jan. 17 2014 6:10 PMGet Your Bitcoins at This Upcoming Civil Forfeiture Auction
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Dec. 18 2013 3:21 PMBad Hello Kitty? App Accused of Collecting Too Much Data From Kids.
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Dec. 6 2013 1:47 PMControversial Trade Agreement Could Make "Bio-Piracy" Worse
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Nov. 1 2013 12:13 PMVietnam's Insane Ban on Sharing News Online
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Oct. 15 2013 6:13 PMAustralian Companies' Scheme Would Have Drones Deliver Textbooks to Students' Doors
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Sept. 20 2013 8:45 AMAustralia's New PM Nixes Science Minister Post at Worst Possible Moment
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Aug. 19 2013 3:15 PMSoon Your Medicine Bottle Could Remind You to Take Your Pills
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Aug. 6 2013 4:24 PMCuriosity Rover Serenades Self With MIDI-Esque Rendition of "Happy Birthday"
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July 29 2013 5:19 PMEven This Bible App Collects Massive Amounts of User Data

TODAY IN SLATE

Politics

The Democrats’ War at Home

How can the president’s party defend itself from the president’s foreign policy blunders?

Congress’ Public Shaming of the Secret Service Was Political Grandstanding at Its Best

Michigan’s Tradition of Football “Toughness” Needs to Go—Starting With Coach Hoke

A Plentiful, Renewable Resource That America Keeps Overlooking

Animal manure.

Windows 8 Was So Bad That Microsoft Will Skip Straight to Windows 10

Politics

Cringing. Ducking. Mumbling.

How GOP candidates react whenever someone brings up reproductive rights or gay marriage.

Building a Better Workplace

You Deserve a Pre-cation

The smartest job perk you’ve never heard of.

Hasbro Is Cracking Down on Scrabble Players Who Turn Its Official Word List Into Popular Apps

Florida State’s New President Is Underqualified and Mistrusted. He Just Might Save the University.

  News & Politics
Politics
Sept. 30 2014 9:33 PM Political Theater With a Purpose Darrell Issa’s public shaming of the head of the Secret Service was congressional grandstanding at its best.
  Business
Moneybox
Sept. 30 2014 7:02 PM At Long Last, eBay Sets PayPal Free
  Life
Gaming
Sept. 30 2014 7:35 PM Who Owns Scrabble’s Word List? Hasbro says the list of playable words belongs to the company. Players beg to differ.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 30 2014 12:34 PM Parents, Get Your Teenage Daughters the IUD
  Slate Plus
Behind the Scenes
Sept. 30 2014 3:21 PM Meet Jordan Weissmann Five questions with Slate’s senior business and economics correspondent.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 30 2014 8:54 PM Bette Davis Talks Gender Roles in a Delightful, Animated Interview From 1963
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 30 2014 7:00 PM There’s Going to Be a Live-Action Tetris Movie for Some Reason
  Health & Science
Medical Examiner
Sept. 30 2014 11:51 PM Should You Freeze Your Eggs? An egg freezing party is not a great place to find answers to this or other questions.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 30 2014 5:54 PM Goodbye, Tough Guy It’s time for Michigan to fire its toughness-obsessed coach, Brady Hoke.