How To Build A Nuclear Bomb: We’ve Demonized Books, But Are We Any Safer?
Can we stop explosives guides from landing in violent hands? And if so, at what cost to free expression? … Read News
Why Aren't There More Women Futurists?
In the future, everyone’s going to have a robot assistant. That’s the story, at least. And as part of that long-running narrative, Facebook just launched its virtual assistant. They’re calling it Moneypenny—the secretary from the James Bond Films. Which means the symbol of our march forward, once again, ends up being a nod back. In this case, Moneypenny is a send-up to an age when Bond’s … Read News
This Home-cleaning Service Shows Everything That Startups Do Horribly Wrong
Handy’s third birthday party last month was everything you’d expect from a startup soiree. Twenty- and thirtysomethings crowded the dimly lit bar at Pergola, a Mediterranean spot in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, munching on skewers of free-range chicken and a seemingly endless cascade of spicy meatballs with tzatziki sauce, as a hoodie-clad co-founder boasted about the company’s recent triumphs … Read News