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How to Avoid Plateauing in the Quest for Personal Growth
Lessons from the therapy couch
A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment
It seems increasingly clear that this impeachment thing is going to happen. I’ll confess, I’m terrified about the whole idea.
The Kraken: An (Un)Natural History
The legacy of the Kraken, believe it or not, is more science than myth.
The Chicago Negro and the Warsaw Ghetto
Antiblackness at the root of gun violence “solutions”
Eve L. Ewing
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Why Brexit Is Worse Than Trump
Trump is a very obvious problem. It is pretty hard not to notice him, and when he messes up, he tends to do so as prominently as possible…
Advertising vs Subscription
Online publishing is at a tipping point. Read how media platforms are adapting to the emerging post-advertising reality and how you can too…
How to Apply Meditation to Marriage (or Any Relationship)
In the United States, about 30 percent of all marriages end in divorce. Even among those that don’t, very few married couples would…
The New Skeuomorphism is in Your Voice Assistant
Skeuomorphism is not dead
Wanna be a writer? Write.
Journalism’s Local Newsrooms Lost Their Scale
Following Donald Trump’s surprise election victory, the internet buzzed with essays and think pieces about the contributing role of fake…
Ed Madison & Ben DeJarnette
How Journalism Became a Dirty Word
The terrifying true story of the garbage that could kill the whole human race
Aug 18, 2014
Coding for a serverless future
Looking down the road at zero-infrastructure development
When Moore’s Law Met AI
Flywheel of computing begetting new applications begetting new algorithms begetting more demand for data begetting more computing continues…
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Computing
In the 21st century, all roads appear to lead to universal basic income.
The idea of unconditionally providing all citizens an income floor sufficient for existence — a basic income — looks to be at the…
Dec 9, 2016
How “Westworld” Killed My Faith
My high school/college self would’ve never imagined that I would one day renounce the church.
Did America Ever Really Work?
Slavery, Segregation, and Stagnation
A Different Way of Death: Why the Alternative Funeral Movement is Taking Hold in the United States
A growing paradigm shift is taking hold in the U.S. that is once again bringing simplicity to the way in which we care for the dead.
May 12, 2016
What if you got $1,000 a month, just for being alive? I decided to find out.
Human civilization is a skyscraper we’ve been building together for 1000s of years and UBI is the foundation we neglected to build under it…
A Family Murder in the Colombian Jungle
How the surrender of the FARC helped bring closure to a mystery
He Who’s Worthy Does Not Advertise
Businesses Made Online Content Addictive and Trivial
Not every publisher needs to become the next Buzzfeed or Vox
How Say Media is helping indie publishers thrive
Has Travel Become Another Exercise in Narcissism?
I’m sorry Expedia, but it sure as hell doesn’t make you more interesting
Nov 20, 2014
Musings at the Intersection of Data Science and Public Policy
“Interesting… What does data science have to do with public policy?”
A Parting of Ways: Why I Decided to Leave Mormonism
The surest thing there is is we are riders, And though none too successful at it, guiders, Through everything presented, land and tide And…
Jul 16, 2016
So yeah, I left San Francisco and Slack to move to Paris
French tech is a rocket ship waiting to take off. And I couldn't resist climbing aboard.