Chickens as data sources, underground warehouses, and bizarre products you don't need but really want anyway.
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This week, we take a look at the physical world to see how our furniture reflects social change, how our workspace contains implicit choices, and how t…
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This week’s issue is all about how reality is represented in computational systems: how our identities are reflected or distorted, how data is collecte…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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innovation often isn’t about a shiny new object, but about the nuances of how that object works in relationship to everything around it. 
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This week’s signals explore product evolution, virtual collaborations, the beauty of abundance in digital art, and the most hilarious AI exploit ever.
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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…
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Orthogonal, intersectional, and communal futures
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This week we look deeply at the idea of “scale”, or the size and reach of an idea or service. Being big has its benefits and drawbacks, and while being…
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