The judgments we cast on work

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Who owns spaces on our planet (and beyond) and what does owning them mean?

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My clock isn’t smart, but it works even if US-East-1 is down

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Hard computing problems have become either trivially easy or so impossibly difficult it’s not even worth trying anymore.

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In the beginning, the web was a free bonanza. Now every site tries to sign you up for a monthly subscription.

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How we fall for magical solutions

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Cracked screens and scuffed edges. The mental toll of using devices not designed for the real world

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How we take the wrong morals from stories

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Buying property feels like bartering in the middle ages

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Requirements documents are halfway between a peace treaty and a Christmas list.

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Simon Pitt

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