Designer and technology critic Adam Greenfield talks about magic bullets, the melancholy of machines, Tesla’s Autopilot, and his must-read new book Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life (Verso). Download this episode (right click and save)
What we might expect from a Hillary Clinton White House and a look at truth behind America’s aggression against Vladimir Putin and Russia
The Q&A sessions with the duopoly’s presidential contenders mercifully came to an end last night at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. The third and final joust was a big show, playing to a packed auditorium and a record-setting 84 million people who watched it live.
I read a lot about educational theory and research so that I can share “best practices” for better ways to teach and learn with my readers. Shared here are the ideas in a most informed and intelligent article on learning, written by Catherine L’Ecuyer, a Canadian lawyer with an MBA now living in Barcelona, Spain. The article explains the fundamental importance for …