Original essays, interviews, and features on the biggest trends in tech and culture
While baking is a Polish institution, virtual reality baking is just getting started.
Fans are using social platforms for good, despite the uncompensated time and energy it requires.
The California Consumer Privacy Act should give consumers far more control over the data that companies collect about them, but it all depends on how the law's implementation defines what personal information is.
A mainstay in New York City's livecoding scene, a movement of digital artists who write music and visuals on the fly, Melody Loveless creates in a space between high-concept art and dreamy electro-pop.
Being a DJ in 2020 is not like what it used to be, writes culture and music writer Wolfgang Ruth, as the career comes with accessibility and technology that once didn’t exist.
The music industry and online fandoms are redefining which songs make it to the top music charts by doing so much more than listening. The most popular music in the world is changing before our eyes, thanks to streaming and bundling.
Whether it's paid tweeters, misinformation bots, or peer-to-peer texting, today’s political landscape is something we could have hardly imagined, writes Stephen Cobb, former Deputy Attorney General of Virginia and expert in election law.
Tethered only to laptops and a strong WiFi connection, tens of millions of people are pushing the boundaries of work, and none more so than women of color.
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