Why you should indeed worry about unrest at Washington D.C., but keep it in check too.
The coronavirus pandemic has produced a unique economic downturn. A young adult grapples with an ever-atomized society and an economy going nowhere.
Blooming on the stairway.
The second person in bloom – the flower queen.
The first of the People in Bloom Series: a friend who bboys/breakdances turning into a rose.
Antibiotic resistance has overwhelmed modern medicine. Bionic augmentations have become the prevailing “cure” of the day, as glorified amputations.
Issue #1, Dystopia Awareness: an unknown narrator in the future misses the days of pessimism.
I’ve been hesitant to write about this for a while. After months of entertaining the idea in my head, I figured I might as well get it out into writing. Not because it’s a brilliant idea (it’s neither brilliant nor original, at all) but because it’s a cool idea. Well, cool might be the wrong […]
This is a short policy brief exploring the the problems posed by Big Data companies and potential solutions. I) Executive Summary Big Data companies thrive on the unregulated control and processing of massive amounts of information. This has resulted in several problems, political, economic, and psychological. Politically, Big Data companies have accumulated disproportionate influence within federal […]
A short policy brief on hi-tech police surveillance in the United States.