Clips

Shia Militias and the Future of Iraq and Syria, VICE, March 2015

ISIS: Inside the Army of TerrorNew York Magazine, March 2015

Big Doctor is WatchingSlate, February 2015

Will the internet of things finally kill privacy? The Verge, February 2015

How Social Media Can Weaken a RevolutionMotherboard, January 2015

Republicans Gesture Towards Net NeutralityThe Verge, January 2015

Google Battles Over CopyrightThe Verge, December 2014

Nightcrawler: Flourishing in the DarkThe Baffler, November 2014

​The Lives of Ours: Laura Poitras’s CitizenfourThe Baffler, October 2014

​Walter Isaacson Talks AI, Apple Watch, and His New Book, The InnovatorsGizmodo, October 2014

Climate Change Is an Opportunity to Reinvent the Economy – A Conversation with Naomi KleinThe Atlantic, September 2014

How Racism Creeps Into MedicineThe Atlantic, August 2014

Of Microchips And Men: A Conversation About IntelThe New Yorker, July 2014

Google And Your Right To Be ForgottenGizmodo, July 2014

Aaron’s AfterlifePandoDaily, July 2014

The Unseen Hand and the Prices of ThingsThe New Yorker, June 2014

The Sixth ExtinctionEsquire, March 2014

What Has Become Of Business Journalism? The New Yorker, February 2014

Movie Review of The Square, Medium, November 2013

LinkedIn’s New Network for Teens Is a Wasted OpportunityThe New Republic, October 2013

Book Review of War Play by Corey Mead, The Atlantic, October 2013

Book Review of Cybersexism: Sex, Power and Gender on the Internet by Laurie Penny, GigaOm, September 2013

LinkedOut, The New Inquiry, July 2013

Live In Infamy, The New Inquiry, May 2013

A Year Without Internet, The Awl, May 2013

Hashtag Sympathy, Cyborgology, April 2013

Crowdsourcing Sexual Assault PreventionThe American Prospect, February 2013

Bringing Black Talent To Silicon Valley, The Root, September 2012

 

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