On the unforgiving economics of making comics—and cartoonists’ efforts to change them—in the wake of #ComicsBrokeMe
The EU offers supercomputer access to companies who meet their guidelines for responsible AI
And does it matter if it bursts?
The designer behind the concept of responsive web design advocates for a new way of thinking about—and organizing—tech workers
How a pair of Shrek ears shaped Linden Lab culture by making failure funny—and safe
The founder of Jana and Granted AI—and a pioneer of using cell phone data to better understand human behavior—shares what he’s seen from his front row seat in the field of artificial intelligence
The pioneering ACLU attorney and trans rights activist talks about the law’s role in harm reduction—and its limits on the imagination
The Felt CTO and Margins coauthor talks about building company culture, democratizing mapmaking, and writing about it all
It’s a tired trope, but a true one: do what you love.
Try to spend your time only on the jobs you want (or need) most
For employees, you can accept the policies as presented—or quit.
Children's lit meets capitalism
The director of Reality Bites, The Cable Guy, Zoolander, and Severance is a consistent critic of how American labor works
"After a few weeks of emailing, I did it. I got a stupid job."
"We're gonna ask the boss’s boss to lean in a little closer"
"my dead work each place"
"My pencils are sharp / And my paper is real"
What if …a witch had …an intern?
“Anyone can tell a cool anecdote though.”
"It’s their little secret, their sexy little secret, that they are in love"