Writing

Technology

Nest Founder: “I Wake Up In Cold Sweats Thinking, What Did We Bring To The World?”Fast Company

Will VR Ever Be Mass Entertainment?Fast Company

This Smartphone Has a Radical Mission: To Be Used LessFast Company

Made You Click: Meet the AI Lurking in Your InboxFast Company

The Internet Isn’t Available in Most LanguagesThe Atlantic

Estonia Wants to Collect the DNA of All its CitizensThe Atlantic

 

Business

How Ford’s New CEO Plans to Beat Tesla, Uber, and GoogleFast Company

The Future of Flying Is Nearly Here–But You Probably Can’t Afford ItFast Company

Adults Are Terrible at Making Friends. This Startup Wants to HelpFast Company

Flying Is About to Change Completely–Because of CarsFast Company

Amazon vs. Hachette: Soul Searching in Techie, Bookish SeattleThe Seattle Times

 

Science

The Science Behind Jenny Sabin’s Color-Changing MoMA PS1 ExhibitionFast Company

What Ikea Designers Learned From Living In A Simulated Mars HabitatFast Company

This Scientist Discovered A New Blue–And Now Crayola Is Making It Into A CrayonFast Company

Technology Will Soon Live Imperceptibly On Your SkinFast Company

Science: Doodling Has Real Benefits For The BrainFast Company

 

Architecture, Design & Urbanism

Designers Are Forgetting One Major Element Of The Design ProcessFast Company

The Lord of the Rings Weapons Designer Invented This Cool New MaterialFast Company

Hugging a Cartoon: The Bizarre Future of Virtual Design, Fast Company

This Is the Most Complex Architectural Structure in HistoryFast Company

Small Towns Can Be Resilient, TooFast Company

The End of China’s ‘Weird’ ArchitectureThe Atlantic

 

Culture

These Filmmakers Are Immortalizing New Yorkers and Their Stories in 3DFast Company

What It’s Like to Be Kim Kardashian West’s Personal Emoji DesignerFast Company

The Rise of Buffy StudiesThe Atlantic

Art for Instagram’s Sake, The Atlantic

Why Short Films Are Still ThrivingThe Atlantic

LARP’s ‘Weekend Warriors’ Mix Fantasy, Fighting and FunThe Seattle Times

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