Tag: social media
Surveillance RevisitedJune 2016
The Future of Cities: The ICP curator on urban panopticons, humans as data, and the selfie.
Elizabeth Senja Spackman: Proximal GriefApril 2016
Twenty-two years later, in this era of social media, how do we mourn the Rwandan genocide?
I Share, Therefore I AmJuly 2015
Artist Mónika Sziládi examines the digital self.
Raillan Brooks: #MyBlackTeacher is About the Black Lives That Matter to YouDecember 2014
When you know us, it’s harder to kill us.
Marie Myung-Ok Lee: How Should a Doctor Act?November 2014
New York City: an infection story.
Sisi Wei: Disappearing Voices and Supporting RussiaSeptember 2014
The Russian government’s efforts to silence critics is getting help from an unlikely source: a San Francisco-based blogging company.
Pratap Chatterjee: The Data HackersOctober 2013
When the FBI hires hackers and hacking tools, it’s because they don’t have any other choice.
Thomas Larson: Writing Seen, Writing SpokenAugust 2013
E-readers, texting, book trailers, and Twitter are not only changing the possibilities for writing, but also what it means to be a writer.
Katie Ryder: A Note to Zimmerman’s Facebook DefendersJuly 2013
The problem with the "but this is the law" response.
Theodoric Meyer and Peter Maass: No Warrant, No ProblemJune 2013
How the government can get your digital data.
Andrea DenHoed: A Year of Amanda F***ing PalmerMay 2013
Self-expression, self-promotion, and fan-participant culture via the divisive musician and artist of “asking.”
Joseph Spece: Some Strange HarmonyApril 2013
Alexander Landfair talks with a poet equally enthusiastic about Wuthering Heights and Resident Evil.
Hard WiredMarch 2013
On the evolution of Internet bullying, resilience of underdogs, and the promise of today’s teens.
Rachel Signer: Consider the TweetJanuary 2013
How should the writer respond to social media?