Articles by Derek Mead
Being rich is complicated as shit.
Accept the fact that we don't control our brains as much as we like and move on with our day, or simply chuck your computer into the toilet and go outside.
We love our objects like friends, which is going to make for a rather depressing future.
Soaring bald eagle populations are proof that dedicated conservation efforts can find success.
When we think of the future, with all advances that entails, we're really only wondering about one thing: Where are we going?
The ruling, which is strong in its defense of Fourth Amendment rights in the digital space, is a landmark decision for the treatment and protection of individuals' data.
Rationally assessing our bio-digital progress is going to require something we normally avoid: Thinking of ourselves not just as mysterious blobs of organic matter, but also as machines.
The world's oceans are turning into hellish plastic-filled soups, and organisms large, small, and even way down deep are finding themselves inundated with pollution.
What happens if our emotions are viral too?
The fact that fire ants can float around on rafts of their own stinging bodies is both incredible and unnerving.