The New York Times, Op-Ed, April 11, 2018
If his congressional testimony is any guide, Mark Zuckerberg won’t be the one who makes it happen.
The Washington Post, Outlook Section, April 6, 2018
The topsy-turvy world where mammoth tech companies rely on the volunteers of Wikipedia to impose some standards.
newyorker.com, Nov. 28, 2017
When Stanford's computer science department came to the defense of an unregulated Internet. An extract from "The Know-It-Alls."
The New York Times, March 29, 2018
It is also ripping apart the social fabric.
Springerin, Vol. 2, 2018
A cryptocurrency is the ultimate 'life-hack.'
The New York Times, Jan. 17, 2018
But will Mark Zuckerberg be any good at social engineering?
The New York Times, Oct. 13, 2017
We are beginning to understand that tech companies don’t have our best interests at heart. Did they ever?
New York Times, Op-Ed, Nov. 18, 2016
By publishing fake news and disrupting standards of truth and civility, tech companies allowed Trump to spread his message.
New York Times, Op-Ed, July 27, 2016
Other than Peter Thiel, leaders of tech industry haven't embraced the Republican nominee, but many share his views on how to fix government.
Dissent, Summer 2001
A debate with Gina Neff over how optimistic to be about the Web as a force for social justice. Looking back, I may have been a tad too optimistic, and Gina may have been on to something when she warned that the Internet may not be “a cure-all for woes of modern consumerism and alienation.”