Why web3 will probably become web2 redux, interactions with information beyond the infinite list, and the latest gadgets that may someday adorn your…
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We can have video games and we can have electric cars, but you probably shouldn’t put them together. This week, we look at how to tell the bad ideas…
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This issue brings news of major initiatives to pull back from the brink and rethink policies and systems in more humane ways. Read on to learn how to…
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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…
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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…
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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 and…
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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…
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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…
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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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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…
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