networking

Reviews

‘Twitter and Tear Gas’ Looks at How Protest Is Fueled and Crushed by the Internet

The new book from Zeynep Tufekci looks at how the web has helped demonstrations take off around the globe, but also made them harder to sustain.
Bruce Schneier
7.6.17
Why Is This Still a Thing?

Why Are Business Cards Still a Thing?

With the majority of the world on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, why are we still exchanging pieces of paper with introductions?
Kari Paul
10.3.15
microsoft

There's Nothing Mindblowing About Windows Releasing Its Own Linux OS

The power of open-source technology.
Michael Byrne
9.26.15
Toronto

Hell Is Carpooling With 'Local Professionals' From LinkedIn

Please endorse my ability to perform a duck and roll maneuver out of a moving vehicle.
Matthew Braga
7.24.15
Internet

The Thing Holding Back Internet Innovation Is the Internet Itself

But with new platforms for network experimentation, help is on the way.
Michael Byrne
6.6.15
Culture

Brioxy Is Attempting to Replace Privilege with an App

If you're a minority in tech, you might need a hack.
Muna Mire
6.3.15
Features

The Mission To Save The Internet By Rewiring It From The Name Up

The decades-old architecture of the internet is running out of IP addresses. Enter a bold plan for a new internet, designed from the name up.
Lucy Vernasco
5.1.15
Culture

This Small Box Will Stop Hackers from Turning Your Smart Home Against You

Numa is new device promising to keep bad traffic from getting in—or out—of your home network.
Matthew Braga
1.21.15
Motherboard Blog

Badoo is an Enigma Wrapped in a Puzzle Wrapped in Spam

The dating social network that began five years ago in Europe is pitching itself to New Yorkers as the next great place to meet people.
Daniel Stuckey
6.13.12