Ariel Bogle

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

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Sept. 4 2014 12:18 PMThe Google of China Has Its Own Smart Glasses, and They’re Sort of Great
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Aug. 29 2014 10:46 AMAmericans Want Smart Homes Because They’re Lazy
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Aug. 22 2014 3:07 PMWho Owns Your Kindle E-Books After Death?
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July 31 2014 12:59 PMFormer NSA Chief Keith Alexander Is Profiting on Cybersecurity. But Is It Legal?
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July 18 2014 9:51 AMThe Repeal of Australia’s Carbon Tax Could Have Worldwide Ramifications
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July 16 2014 2:00 PMNow You Can Pick Up a 3-D Printer at Home Depot
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June 17 2014 3:37 PMScented Text Messages May Not Be As Ridiculous As They Seem
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May 29 2014 4:47 PMWhere Does Patent Reform Go From Here?
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May 14 2014 4:42 PMHigh-Tech Clothing Forces You to Stay Off Your Cellphone
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May 13 2014 9:03 AMWhat Happens When a Social Network for Teens Tries to Force Positivity
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May 2 2014 10:16 AMHacking the University: A Future Tense Event Recap
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April 8 2014 3:06 PMShould All Car Mirrors Be Replaced With Cameras?
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March 27 2014 10:42 AMY Combinator Founding Partner Jessica Livingston: Why Things Are Getting Better for Women in Startups
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March 14 2014 10:08 AMThis Shirt Lets Football Fans Feel the Hit
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Feb. 25 2014 5:15 PMUber's Move to Saudi Arabia Could Be Good for Women
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Sept. 2 2014 5:29 PMStudy: Swedish Boys Are Learning English From World of Warcraft
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Aug. 26 2014 11:33 AMDisney Applies for Three Drone-Related Patents for Theme Parks
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Aug. 1 2014 2:21 PMAdam Carolla Won’t Let Company Drop Podcast Patent Infringement Case Against Him
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July 24 2014 12:38 PMAustralians and Canadians Are Turning to Virtual Private Networks to Access U.S. Netflix  
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July 16 2014 3:54 PMThe Future of Getting Lost: A Future Tense Event Recap
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July 2 2014 10:20 AMFDA Approves First Exoskeleton for the Disabled. But Who Will Pay for It?
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June 13 2014 11:05 AMDrones Are Keeping Their Eye on the Ball, TooThe insanely high cost of security technology at the World Cup.
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May 22 2014 5:15 PMCalifornia Wants to Make Online Privacy Policies a Little More Understandable
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May 13 2014 2:51 PMStill Don’t Care About Net Neutrality? Give the Internet Slow Lane a Try.
History of Innovation
May 4 2014 11:44 PMIs the Infomercial Dead?The format thrives, but big companies are taking over.
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April 24 2014 3:45 PMWhat the Failure of inBloom Means for the Student-Data Industry
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April 1 2014 3:29 PMAustralian Professor Thinks Oz Needs Two New Seasons: Sprinter and Sprummer
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March 26 2014 1:26 PMLamps, Toaster Bring a Little Personality, and Guilt, to the Internet of Things
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March 4 2014 3:08 PMCould Staring at Your Smartphone Give You Unsightly "Techneck"?
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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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Giving Up on Goodell

How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.

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Farewell! Emily Bazelon on What She Will Miss About Slate.

  News & Politics
Foreigners
Sept. 16 2014 4:08 PM More Than Scottish Pride Scotland’s referendum isn’t about nationalism. It’s about a system that failed, and a new generation looking to take a chance on itself. 
  Business
Moneybox
Sept. 16 2014 4:16 PM The iPhone 6 Marks a Fresh Chance for Wireless Carriers to Kill Your Unlimited Data
  Life
The Eye
Sept. 16 2014 12:20 PM These Outdoor Cat Shelters Have More Style Than the Average Home
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 15 2014 3:31 PM My Year As an Abortion Doula
  Slate Plus
Slate Plus Video
Sept. 16 2014 2:06 PM A Farewell From Emily Bazelon The former senior editor talks about her very first Slate pitch and says goodbye to the magazine.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 16 2014 5:07 PM One Comedy Group Has the Perfect Idea for Ken Burns’ Next Project
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 16 2014 1:48 PM Why We Need a Federal Robotics Commission
  Health & Science
Science
Sept. 16 2014 4:09 PM It’s All Connected What links creativity, conspiracy theories, and delusions? A phenomenon called apophenia.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 15 2014 9:05 PM Giving Up on Goodell How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.