Yet Another Reason Why We Should All Stand at Work
June 30, 2014
It will help you be more creative.
Jill Abramson's Firing Shows the Insidious New Way Sexism Happens in the Modern Workplace
May 16, 2014
This is what makes today’s sexism so tricky: It’s about feelings and impressions created by women’s behavior, not red lines drawn between men and women.
The rocket company says the Air Force's contract with a rival company is sending taxpayer dollars to Russia.
Coming Soon: The United States of Comcast
February 13, 2014
In George Orwell’s 1984, the world is divided into three totalitarian superstates, but in the world of broadband and cable television only a single company may soon reign supreme.
Obama's Partly to Blame for the Postal Service's Backward Ways
February 10, 2014
Why hasn't he filled the vacanies on the agency's board?
Why Blockbusters Will Always Rule Hollywood
January 17, 2014
This piece first appeared on newstatesman.com. In 2006, when global optimism about the new broadband-based, interactive Web 2.0 was at its height, Chris Anderson, then the editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, published The Long Tail.
Bourbon's Been Dealing With Carpetbaggers Since Long Before a Japanese Company Bought Jim Beam
January 15, 2014
Don't worry. No one's going to mess with your booze.
Against the Insufferable Cult of Productivity
December 13, 2013
The 21st century cult of productivity is paralyzing us.
Map: Blockbuster Video Isn't Dead Yet—in Other Countries, Anyway
November 07, 2013
Blockbuster LLC, the once-ubiquitous video rental chain, will close its remaining 300 stores in the United States and end its mail DVD rental service by January 2014, parent company Dish Network Corporation said Wednesday in a press release.
The closest and most relevant election Tuesday may turn out not to be any of those on the Eastern Seaboard that have been soaking up the media’s attention—for governor in Virginia and New Jersey, and for mayor in New York and Boston—but rather the sp