All our bodies and environments are already data — both public and proprietary. So how can we marshal whatever remains of our public sphere to take up these critical issues? How can we respond individually and collectively to the regime of quantitative rationalization?
In China and India, men outnumber women by 70 million. Both nations are belatedly trying to come to grips with the policies that created this male-heavy generation.
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A brave writer reconnects with two past lovers in order to find out... what dating someone who has an Amazon Echo is like.
Millennials increasingly feel isolated and alone. Can the internet help solve a problem it created?
If you’re going to cheat, at least don’t leave the evidence behind.
Elijah Hurwitz visited the region amid heightened tensions between the nations.
So please keep the conversations to a minimum.
How a punk kid from LA created the coolest publications of the 1990s.
Since founder Perry Chen took back the reins at Kickstarter, the company has landed in a period of turmoil set in motion by the person most equipped to steer it in a new direction: Chen himself.
I had to make the toughest decisions a parent could make. But finally it seems to have worked out.
We tend to worry more about unlikely causes of death than about likely causes of death.
Vague, umbrella terms make an already difficult conversation even harder.
Researchers who explore the deep nature of friendship admit the bond can have its thorns, bruise spots and pesticide traces.
"It's so tempting to give up on them and just hate them, but there's another way."
Why you should root for great teams and great players — and abandon your sad-sack local franchise.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
In suburban ‘90s Southern California, Thai chicken pizza was the epitome of cultural exchange.
There are better ways to cover your feet.
It may seem obvious, but in order to change the world, you first have to believe that you can. History is made by idealists, so go out there and do the thing you've been meaning to do, just add a good helping of common sense.
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