“We should interrogate the code of cyberspace as we interrogate the bills of Congress.”
A year dethroned.
The 2009 documentary We Live in Public told the story of Josh Harris, a late-1990s dot-com millionaire who funneled his considerable…
One of the beauties of the city is its sheer diversity.
Our daily observations are often riddled with emotion.
8 lessons from creating a government website that doesn’t feel like one
I’ve developed a theory that if people can’t sit through a 30-minute meal without touching their phones, they are OSDs (Over-Stimulated…
There’s a lot happening behind the scenes. (You don’t have to do what anyone else is doing).
A one night stand
Let’s be that generation
“I can make you rich in 5 days”..How does that sound!
My divorce with consumerism
This the only life you have. Make something of it and make it good.
A stigma I’ve never understood is the one placed on people who are comfortable doing ‘social’ activities alone.
Smartphone apps are great, but travelers still need paper books
I’ve been on a “social media cleanse” since Monday.
Beyond the Address Book
I had a Foursquare account. At first it was fun, checking in everywhere I went, tracking where I had been, competing with friends to be…
It started with a simple suggestion.
When I was teaching in Italy two summers ago, one of my host Dads suggested that I check into a…
I’ve been waiting to tell you all this for a while, and it took a publication format called “Medium” for me to get the courage to do so.
"You have to get offline. I’ll say it again. You HAVE GOT TO GET OFFLINE.
Recently I ended one of the longest-standing relationships of my life — the one I have with daily print newspapers.
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