The slow creep of internet shutdowns
Internet shutdowns are increasingly being used around the world to silence opposition.
On Mar 13, 2018 by Nithin Coca
Why hasn’t there been a new Couchsurfing?
Six years after its rapid decline, Couchsurfing is still hanging on, but it lacks the same sense of community.
On Oct 13, 2017 by Nithin Coca
The slow creep and chilling effect of China’s censorship
In China, fear and intimidation are leading some to self-censor online.
On Aug 20, 2016 by Nithin Coca
Can satellites help save the world’s rainforests?
Rainforests are our global lungs, yet we’ve continued to destroy them. Better satellites can help us understand how and why—and hopefully stop the damage.
On Apr 17, 2016 by Nithin Coca
Can we build a humane alternative to Uber?
The on-demand economy has created new opportunities, but often those doing the actual work feel exploited. Advocates think technology can provide a better solution.
On Feb 28, 2016 by Nithin Coca