"Technology is not neutral. We're inside of what we make and it's inside us. We're living in a world of connections - and it matters which ones get made and unmade."
Think Big. Stay Small. Make MoneyA new breed of entrepreneurs is defining the way digital business is done in Britain. By Steve Shipside
Colour Him a ProvocateurDesigner Tibor Kalman likes computers. They give individuals the power to fuck things up. By Brad Wieners
The Transparent SocietyWho gets to watch? Who gets to watch the watchers? Cameras are getting smaller. And smaller, and smaller. Soon they will be everywhere: street corners, lamp posts and street signs. By David Brin
Swiss MadeJörg Zintzmeyer's Swiss banknotes map a new world of microtext, watermarks and optically variable ink. By Tom Claiburn
The World According to EcoItalian novelist and semiotician Umberto Eco expounds upon the Net, writing the osteria, libraries, Finnegan's Wake, Marshall McLuhan and, well, God. By Lee Marshall
Burning ManAt once a techno-pagan festival, an art event, a rave and the ultimate alternative holiday, Burning Man in Nevada is the place for wired Americans to spend the last weekend of summer. By Marco Crisari
The Airline of the InternetFedEx is piloting the next phase of the digital revolution. It's a very big idea. It's called logistics. By Todd Lapin
The Case for Human ComputersHe reckons the average human's causal reasoning equals that of a chimpanzee. He wants us to shove computer implants in our brains to improve them. Paul Churchland explains himself to Max More.
The Unlikely CyborgTechnology is getting under our skin. Donna Haraway has some disconcerting news for anyone who still thinks our bodies are natural. By Hari Kunzru
Rants & RavesReader feedback
CortexMed-TV's Hikmet Tabak broadcasts to the Kurds.
Lindis Percy occupies US bases and other news
Star Trek, My Savious
High Culture Meets Mall Culture
It's the Relationship, Stupid!
Follow the Money
Someone to Watch Over Me
The Final Frontier
Space HopperWhat matters on the Web
In Real LifeLove it or loathe it
Floating PointMeetings worth making
Geek PageAlgoric Systems
FluxThe revolution as it happens
Nicholas NegroponteLaptop Envy