Future Tense Newsletter: Info Wars
The Political Act of Blaming Someone for a Cyberattack
How Facebook Made Those Eerie “People You May Know” Suggestions
The Top 10 Science Papers of 2018 Are an Apocalyptic Nightmare
Twitter Will Finally Make It Easy to Set Your Timeline to Reverse-Chronological
The New Reports on Russian Disinformation Are an Indictment of the White House
What Can the Women Who’ve Conquered Space Teach Silicon Valley?
The Book That Changed How I Talk to My Patients About Obesity
Congress Now Has a Very Full, Very Ugly Picture of How Russia Targeted Black Americans. Will Lawmakers Finally Do Something About It?
Can We Make Buildings That Create Their Own Energy? Norway Thinks So.
Trump’s Immigration Policies Could Be to Blame for the Recent Food Safety Scares
Wikipedia Is Going Nuclear to Try to Stop Siri, Alexa, and Google From Giving Bad Info
Congressman Says a “WallCoin” Could Fund Trump’s Border Wall
Court Says It’s Illegal to Resell Songs You Bought on iTunes
The Government Isn’t Regulating a Deadly Paint Stripper, so Retailers Are Instead
Congress Is About to Blow Its Chance to Save Net Neutrality
Facebook Plied Me With Hot Chocolate and Platitudes at Its One-Day “Holiday Privacy Store”
How to Watch the Year’s Best Meteor Shower
We Need More Academic Conferences About Robots, Love, and Sex
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal Is Gaining Momentum Because She’s Willing to Compromise