A visit with Ai Weiwei, Laura Poitras, and Jacob Appelbaum, three people who live in justifiable paranoia of government surveillance.
Monday, April 27
Wednesday, April 1
I Followed My Stolen iPhone Around the World, Became a Celebrity in China, and Found a Friend for Life
“None of this should have ever happened. It makes absolutely no sense at all. It’s truly crazy.”
Saturday, March 28
There are two roles to play in the new world of on-demand everything: royalty or servant.
Sunday, March 22
The government says Matt DeHart is an online child predator. DeHart—and his parents—say he’s being framed over his knowledge of CIA secrets.
Friday, March 13
The quest to create a friction-free Disney World.
Wednesday, March 11
How Alphonse “Buddy” Fletcher Jr., an openly gay hedge fund star, came to marry Ellen Pao, a partner at a powerful Silicon Valley firm, before they “went to war with their elite worlds.”
Tuesday, March 10
Giving up the iPhone ghost, and other forays into knock-off technology.
Friday, March 6
“I laugh off 90 percent of the stuff I’m sent,” Wu says. “But it’s the 10 percent.”
Wednesday, March 4
The afterlife of a thoughtless, cruel insult.
Tuesday, March 3
USB sticks bearing digital video are the new radio.
Wednesday, February 11
Walter Pitts, who helped develop the “first mechanistic theory of the mind,” was so brilliant he was once been invited to study with Bertrand Russell. He was also homeless.