Recent Posts

A list of our most recent published content.

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Google Searches For What It Can't Find

As publishers increasingly demand money direct from Google, the web giant is prompting publishers about what to create.

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Animal Crossing Helped Me Get Back to Real Life

While I feel trapped in my apartment, this digital life gave me a sense of agency and connection.

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Working with Empathy: Q&A with Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips

We asked the 'Future of Feeling' author how to manage healthy communications and sustaining relationships in a remote-work, shelter-in-place environment.

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Throwing the Remote Movie Night of Your Dreams

We can't video chat forever! Here are some entertaining tools to stay connected to your friends and family, wherever they may be.

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How to Get Your App Featured on Glitch

Whether you’ve made a useful tool or a gorgeous data visualization, all projects are welcome!

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Coming To a Tab Near You: The U.S. Supreme Court

Welcome to oral arguments via teleconference. Please mute your line.

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Teaching Computer Science Requires A Lot of Creativity

From writing and creating projects to finding collaborative tools, being a computer science teacher comes with a lot of power and a lot of responsibility.

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Pop Up: The Aesthetic of Art Museums

During the past decade, brand-sponsored experiential exhibitions took social feeds by storm. Some call them museums—but they are distinct from traditional galleries because the subject is you, Sarah Wernher writes.

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Who Is “In Tech”?

We’re all speaking (and coding in) different languages, it’s hard to parse whose job is technical. Our latest Shift Shift Episode dives into the big question: who gets to say they are “in tech”?