The last pay phones in America
Photographer Eric Kunsman has made it his mission photographing these rare creatures in their native habitats.
Emma Ruth Rundle
One of the bravest things I've witnessed live was at an Emma Ruth Rundle show.
Why people are so awful online
What drives so much of the anger and antagonism online is our helplessness offline.
Leisure is not lost time
Most of my meaningful creative contributions have required the uncontaminated spaciousness needed for creative thought, but as that time becomes harder to find, so does the desire to "optimize" it.
Action Button is now a part of NationBuilder
Action Button is a powerful tool in its own right, and it is obvious how deeply impactful it will be as a natural extension of NationBuilder.
The Year Earth Changed
A stellar new documentary filmed during the unprecedented past year, when all of humanity withdrew indoors and nature began to recover.
The next hurdle
2.5 million people are receiving doses of a COVID-19 vaccine every day in the United States. New York City will be 100% open on July 1. My mind is struggling to catch up.
David Whyte issues an important reminder of what is most important in the end.
Facial recognition can predict political orientation
Will technology know us better than we know ourselves?
The other coup
The latest must-read article by Shoshana Zuboff, author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism.
by Unto Others
Breath: The new science of a lost art
by James Nestor