One person’s bubble can be another person’s safe space — a place where you don’t have to pretend and where you can feel supported and understood. For many black Americans, that place is Twitter. Media scholar Meredith Clark explains why.
Doug Rushkoff believes personal technology is having an insidious effect on our relationship with time. He calls it “present shock.”
For three decades, MIT professor Sherry Turkle's been looking at the ways we interact with machines. She believes our digital devices are taking a toll on our personal relationships.
Chuck Klosterman thinks the Internet has ruined a lot of things, including death.
Filmmaker Astra Taylor wants to reclaim the democratic potential of personal technology.
Alexander Weinstein’s “Children of the New World” is a collection of cautionary tales about extreme emotional attachment to software and silicon.