Your opinion doesn’t matter
It’s not just about whether or not you have a voice—it’s how you use it.
By eliminating discomfort, is the Internet killing our ability to wonder?
We are so used to knowing that it has become distinctly uncomfortable not to know the answer to something.
For my father, Spike Jonze’s future can’t come soon enough
While some might see the attachment to technology in Her as a prison, to me it was liberating.
How we can make the Internet better in 2014
To make my own experience a source of joy and enlightenment, I’ve laid some very general ground rules for myself.
Open up your Internet and let me in
We need to be active in our selective Internet curation, keeping a check on ourselves so that our circles don't continue to shrink.
The comfort of pages: Why a Kindle will never be perfect
The world is continuously making the move towards an entirely digital life easier by allowing it to take up more of our lives.
We binge, we consume, we mainline … then we do it again
Are we in love, or are we just addicts, consuming without thinking about what it is we're consuming, what we're watching, or hearing, or obsessing over?
Grappling with mortality in the Facebook era
We'll all live on as digital ghosts. In a nitty-gritty sense it sounds awful, but in the long term, I think that it sounds a bit wonderful.
Is Instagram ruining the art of photography?
In the world of traditional arts, it’s those who aren’t doing what everyone else is doing that receive the highest praise. Online, that's not the case.
Why Pinterest is window-shopping for the soul
The things we pin aren’t really ours—and yet they symbolize us, they are us. We feel real connection and ownership of them, even if only for the moment we look at it there on the screen.