Uber’s Defense in California Driver Class-Action Lawsuit
The company kind of has a point—we do need better labor laws. Just not the ones Silicon Valley is promoting.
Six Terrible, Singularity University-Inspired Pitches for Disrupting California’s Drought
An open application to the university’s Impact Challenge.
Five of the Silliest Ideas About the Near-Future of Work
The way we work is changing, but not quickly enough for the boosters peddling these ideas.
The Future of Robots Doesn’t Look Like What You Think It Looks Like
Our machines are very smart. They’re also very incompetent.
Facebook Would Like a Monopoly on Your Entire Life
What do we stand to lose when we gain big convenient platforms?
The League Perpetuates the Same Privilege That Society Does
Don't hate the app, hate the game.
How a Start-Up That Wouldn't Break the Rules Was Forced to Fail
Night School just wanted to provide a modest, low-cost bus service from San Francisco to the East Bay. Without expensive lobbyists and venture capital, the rule-abiding company folded after hitting bureaucratic roadblocks.
Facebook's Real Names Policy Threatens Free Expression
A transgender activist, an Egyptian blogger, and a porn star explain the crucial identities connected to names they weren't born with.