A deep dive into how the 2020 election portends for dystopia, and why it just might be one of the worst outcomes.
State of Dystopia for July: mostly the continued concentration of economic power, with some global tensions mixed in.
The coronavirus pandemic has produced a unique economic downturn. A young adult grapples with an ever-atomized society and an economy going nowhere.
The state of dystopia for May 2020, mostly about shifting economic power upwards.
If you’re like me, you may have been hoping for this. The only thing that would be better is Hillary making another attempt. All of this just makes the message of the left clearer: The very wealthy are in opposition to us fundamentally, and need to be reigned in so we can all have a […]
16 stories from August 2018 to March 2019 that prove cyberpunk dystopia is imminent.
Hello folks! Sorry it’s been so long. All together, these last four months have been one for the history books, even if we don’t know it yet. This post is really long, so here’s a brief highlights list. An AI joining the International Space Station crew Tommy Hilfiger introduces clothes with computer chips E-hallpass that […]
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 […]
There’s just so much news nowadays, and some things may slip through the cracks. You may have missed some things, so please let us make you feel even more stressed–here are the most cyberpunk stories of 2017.
The concluding piece of a four-part essay series on San Jose.