Josh Golin, Executive Director of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, fights a metastasizing marketing machine that has swept kids into its orbit of consumerism and surveillance.
Our third print issue is about to ship nationally.
Neurologist Adam Gazzaley discusses how the brain’s attentional system functions–or doesn’t–when buffeted by digital distraction.
Young people are obsessively checking their phones more every year. Here are some reasons why, and strategies to regain control.
In a wide-ranging conversation, philosopher Michael Zimmerman contextualizes our technological journey within the history of Western thought.
Author and cultural critic David Bosworth discusses America’s myth of individualism and how it feeds a digital culture that ironically infantilizes its users and demands constant approval from strangers.
As some businesses stop taking cash, the poor, those without smartphones, and those who value privacy will be further excluded from the economy.
The Supreme Court finally taps the brakes on the unrestrained collection of digital data by law enforcement.
Geofencing is the way corporations and advertisers track your every move–literally.
Our own Art Keller chats with author David Sax about the themes in his book The Revenge of Analog.