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Millennials are suffering from what’s been called “the sex recession,” and a number of researchers and pundits have been blaming technology. They might not be completely off base for a change...
We're trapped in one of the fastest transitional moments in history and we're feeling the pain as tens of millions are failing to adapt.
The problem with wealth inequality isn't that it exists, it's how easily the 1% are running up the score and how angry they are that they're not being uniformly worshipped.
Tech skeptic Evgeny Morozov doesn't seem to think smartphone app users have any agency or free will.
Living under constant surveillance does have some benefits like deterring crime and catching frauds and cheats, argues Charles Kenny.
Technology may be playing a big role in killing courtship as our parents and grandparents knew it. Good riddance to bad rubbish.
Guns don't keep countries free, voters do if there are any, according to a study of virtually every country on Earth.
We evolved to be social animals that live in close-knit communities. But sharing minds via brain implants with our fellow humans may be far too much for us right now.
Religious fundamentalists are deeply offended that people no longer fear them and feel free to criticize their worst habits.
According to Jonathan Franzen, books are vital to the continuation of civilization, just as long as they're not in digital form because e-books will destroy the sum total of knowledge.