Buckle in, friends, because today we try super hard to get excited about Web3. (We manage to find begrudging acceptance, but stop well short of excitement.) We also touch on Facebook’s surprising announcement on privacy and why the company may be destined for the ash heap of his…
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A re-imagining of books, a slower social network, and some tips on making better predictions.
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This issue of Six Signals comes to you just two days before the autumnal equinox, so if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, your days have been and wi…
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Is the present moment one of catastrophe or renewal? How do you imagine non-obvious futures? How might we think about privacy and trust in nuanced ways…
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This week, we investigate how personal and collective identities are evolving: from the role of shared infrastructure in our lives to changes in how an…
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This week’s issue runs the gamut, from deep thinking on climate change to NFT strippers and everything in between. On the one hand, we’ve got people do…
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Our ability to create synthetic media is only getting more uncanny, with simulated voices and images that are increasingly indistinguishable from the r…
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Chickens as data sources, underground warehouses, and bizarre products you don't need but really want anyway.
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