If we’re careful to print and consume media that promotes empathy, it could change what we’re experiencing on the ground.
But how did they get published in the first place?
Michael Best, a freedom of information activist, pulled the files from TIME’s subscriber’s only vault.
The Print Shop, Brøderbund’s most popular app when that meant a whole lot, had a huge impact on computing. So why is it in the bargain bin these days?
The advent of Sci-Hub has been labeled the Napster moment for academic publishing.
Online advertisers are proposing a truce of sorts between publishers and people who use ad-blockers.
The search giant’s Accelerated Mobile Pages are the latest vector for content consolidation on the internet.
The two editors explain how they met on Galaxy, an anonymous dark web social network.
Perhaps ad blockers had something to do with it?
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