Tag: erika anderson
The co-founder of Digital Democracy on how activists can use technology to respond to problems—from natural disasters to violence against women.
From snowpocalypse to foie-mageddon, what’s behind our new obsession with end-times word endings?”
Ki-Suck Han’s death on a New York City subway track has the city asking what would I do? One writer examines death in public, how the MTA handles trauma, and what it feels like to be an onlooker.
The info-sharing of early arcade game enthusiasts mimicked the scientific method. Now, video games and collective intelligence could change the way we approach science, shared problems, and school.