This month, I’m doing something a little different with my column: I’m sharing the system I use to write it, so that you can use or adapt my system.
Not too long ago, digital-only clothing might have been decried as a scam. But our "extended selves" are increasingly invested in virtual goods.
Tags decentralized and democratized the organization of information. What became of "social tagging?"
The industry explored the idea of using actual sails, but modern turbine-based wind power will significantly reduce emissions.
Who's up for a radioactive selfie?
In 2003, Christine Rosen wrote that "[w]e may come to know too much about ourselves to truly live in freedom."
Just how significant is the internet’s carbon footprint?
Canada has taken steps to address the potential for online misinformation ("fake news") in its upcoming election, but the internet changes rapidly.
Ada Lovelace wrote extensive notes on the world’s first computer. Her innovations foreshadowed those used in twentieth-century PCs.
The first message sent through the ARPANET was “LO.” It was supposed to be “LOGIN,” but the network crashed after the first two letters.