This week’s issue is all about how reality is represented in computational systems: how our identities are reflected or distorted, how data is collected (or synthetically created), and how the software we use are modeled on societal frameworks.
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
A few months ago, we wrote about being in a “plastic hour”, and that the pandemic might be a portal to new possibilities. We see opportunities to remak…
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
This week’s signals focus on emotions — how they can be used for foresight, how they might be manipulated for profit, and how they might be misinterpre…
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
This week’s signals speak to the importance of questioning the premise — ways that we can alter the underlying web to make it better, how to see what c…
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
How do we make the spaces we want to live in, both online and off? Do we innovate within the context of public works, or private markets? Once we build…
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
innovation often isn’t about a shiny new object, but about the nuances of how that object works in relationship to everything around it. 
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
This week’s signals explore product evolution, virtual collaborations, the beauty of abundance in digital art, and the most hilarious AI exploit ever.
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
New uses for blockchain, new challenges for Clubhouse, and new exploits to obscure vital information on social platforms. Read on to the end to learn s…
Alexis Lloyd and Matt Boggie
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