It may not seem important but keeping ideas open for people matters–even where you think it doesn’t. An interview with the creators of Letters for Black Lives.
Intelligent Television’s Peter B. Kaufman considers the benefits of redefining open courseware to expand the reach of the commons.
A recent incident shows how fear of homosexuality and fear of foreign forces is sometimes intertwined in China. Oiwan Lam reports.
A vibrant vision of radically inclusive blackness resolves when movement leaders imagine freedom and autonomy for black people of all marginalized identities and not just for themselves. Zoe Samudzi writes.
Exploring the history of the LEGO brick, Andreas Vilhelmsson is troubled by the increasing number of violent toys in the collection.
Peter Janiszewski looks at his wife’s Fitbit and asks how helpful it can really be.
Like many parents, Sandy is concerned about how much time her 18-month-old spends in front of screens. Weighing up the available evidence, Olivia Solon explains that she might be worrying too much.
In our age of corporate consolidation and globalization, it’s been a long time since anyway brought back the principles of antitrust and how it protects innovation. Rachel Frank brings it home for you.