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The Technoskeptic Issue 2

The Technoskeptic Issue 1

Issue #3, Summer 2019

Our third issue (48 pages, shipping mid June) offers a national survey of digital device use in public, an investigation of electronic medical records, an accounting of the impact of photo-sharing on natural spaces, a rumination on needed tech oversight, and a review and excerpt of Shoshana Zuboff’s The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. All of the content found in this print issue is exclusive and does not appear on this website.

Issue #2, Spring 2019

Our second issue (52 pages, shipping early March) explores Amazon's role as mediator of academic research, the shocking origin of synthetic marijuana, Russia's methods of social media disinformation, the influence of media in the deadly 2011 Joplin tornado, the ecological fallout from dams, and an interview with author Douglas Rushkoff. Nearly all of the content found in the print edition is exclusive and does not appear on this website.

Issue #1, Fall 2018

Our first issue (40 pages) explores Airbnb's effect on communities, why "100% renewable" pledges may not be enough, the nature of change itself, an interview with author Andrew Keen, and more.

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CALIFORNIA
Mendocino:
Gallery Bookshop

San Francisco:
Alley Cat Books
City Lights
Smoke Signals

ILLINOIS
Chicago:
Volumes Bookcafe

MASSACHUSETTS
Cambridge:
Porter Square Books

NEW YORK
Brooklyn:
Quimby’s

OREGON
Astoria:
Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe

Beaverton:
Powell’s Cedar Hills

Portland:
Annie Bloom’s
Powell’s Burnside

WASHINGTON
Blaine:
Banyen Books

Olympia:
Olympia Food Co-op-East

Seattle:
Bulldog News
First & Pike News
Leschi Food Mart
Marketime Foods
Tenzing Momo
U Bookstore-Seattle