Utility is more than just that which is materially useful. It is also what is aesthetic. The economy is changing in this direction.
C’est une antienne, répétée à l’envi dans l’opinion. Des intellectuels de haut niveau comme Noam Chomski au citoyen lambda, tous s’accordent sur ce qui serait un fait : la mainmise des grands patrons sur les médias évite aux premiers d’être la cible des seconds. Un Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber avertissait déjà sur le danger de voir les […]
I experienced some social media backlash after posting a selfie from the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Beyond the usual problem of annoying comments, this experience raises questions about our current social media use.
As students value higher education for credentials instead of knowledge, ghostwriting becomes a lucrative business.
People looking to find employment and entrepreneurs alike are struggling due to crushing government environmental regulations and taxes.
Remember the tweet you thought was hilarious, but that would now land you in hot water? Yeah, you know which one. But should it even get you in trouble?
I was a guest in The Innocents Abroad podcast run by my friend and colleague Yaël Ossowski. We spent 40 minutes in an hotel café in Vienna, philosophising about the politics and culture of this continent. Click down below to listen to the entire episode.
Radical climate change activists in the UK have disrupted the nation’s capital for almost a week now. Their preferred tactics: property destruction and the obnoxious blocking of major thoroughfares and transport options.
Seriously, what does that mean?
The most fanatical of activists have an impact on actual policies. That is why they cannot be ignored.