The OneZero family is expanding. Today, we’re launching two new publications, Debugger and Future Human, to serve readers new perspectives on consumer technology and science.
Earlier this month, movers dropped and shattered my television. It was less than a year old and, it turns out, completely unsalvageable.
In August, OneZero published a science-fiction story by Ted Chiang, an entire book on surveillance capitalism, and also — yes — a riveting investigation of cow farts. Below are these and other recent favorites for your reading consideration over the holiday weekend.
Here’s my routine these days: I wake up at about 7:30 a.m., immediately pick up my phone, open Slack, respond to anything that needs my attention, do the same on Gmail, maybe snooze for another half-hour or so with my phone resting on my chest in case I get “pinged,”…
On Sunday, a man at the Apple Store pointed a temperature scanner at my forehead and pressed a button. It made me think of a tired grocer grabbing shrink-wrapped Tyson chicken from the conveyor belt and registering its bar code.
My number came up — 97.5, a bit lower than…
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