Today, people fear Twitter. In the 1850s, they feared telegrams
Telegrams elicited the exact same concerns, including the spread of misinformation, “addiction” among youth, censorship, and impersonation.
China’s spy balloon: Inflatable eyes in the sky have been used for centuries
Spy balloons remind us that the oldest technologies are still being developed to achieve military effects today.
No, 90% of new businesses don’t fail. Here’s why.
To say that something failed, simply because it stopped or changed, is to dangerously limit our view of the world.
Why changing your mind is a feature of evolution, not a bug
Will 2023 be the year of the private social network?
The dawn of AI has come, and its implications for education couldn’t be more significant
“Personalized curriculums” could get kids to care about school again
3 rules to express your thoughts so that everyone will understand you
Parents: Don’t focus on happiness, help build resilience instead
How neuroscience can make us better parents
How college in prison is leading professors to rethink how they teach
Norway helped remake a US prison. Here’s what happened.
The missing apex of Maslow’s hierarchy could save us all