Fixating on the degree—rather than the type—of decentralization is leading us astray.
More than 20 years after they rolled onto the scene, they still suck. But they’re a little bit less of a mess every year.
Hear me out: A primary ultrawide monitor paired with a second screen in portrait orientation levels up your work and play.
But in a Ukraine at war, it was also a source of gamer guilt.
Trying to share game subscriptions with my spouse and kids is a headache. It doesn’t have to be like this.
Innovation might help us create a low-carbon food system, but that’s not the same thing as a sustainable or ethical one.
Until the collection of data is regulated, having power over your own information is more of a nightmarish responsibility than an appealing right.