Mic Wright is a freelance journalist and CEO and partner at The Means Agency.
An ever more serendipitous Google has to surveil us more to know what we want before we do.
If Facebook is an empire, Mark Zuckerberg is the undisputed ruler.
It’s difficult to justify handwringing about people pretending to be something they’re not, when that’s exactly what you’ve cast them to do.
Addictive design is getting kids and adults hooked on apps.
There’s a strain of class prejudice in the eruption of hate towards a place where many buy their books.
To any elite, the grubby attention of nosey hacks is unwelcome.
By excluding the rapper and others from its playlists, the music streaming service is doing what other tech firms won’t.
A new report says the young would be fine in houses the size of hotel rooms.
It has become a cult with violent intent; misogyny in its most extreme and dangerous form.
There’s a big difference between unreasonable gripes and genuine complaints.