Tim Carmody writes about media, technology, business, and culture. Formerly senior writer at Wired and senior reporter/features writer at The Verge. Currently writing at The Message.
Memory to myth: tracing Aaron Swartz through the 21st century
To understand Aaron's contributions, we have to look beyond the headlines.
In living memory
Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The full title is important because the right w
Inside the Failure of Healthcare.gov
There was a lot riding on Healthcare.gov .
How Smart Is Samsung’s New Watch? | MIT Technology Review
Samsung’s new smart watch may be the most polished effort yet—but that doesn’t mean it’ll be a hit....
Money 3.0: How Bitcoins May Change the Global Economy
Despite shutdown of the illicit Internet marketplace Silk Road, the virtual currency Bitcoins shows great promise for a wide range...
Why New iPhone Isn't Really for Developing World
Apple hopes the iPhone 5c will catch on globally, but experts are skeptical, saying it still costs too much to...
Facebook Aims to Bring Internet to 5 Billion More People
Facebook Aims to Bring Internet to 5 Billion More People...
The Virtual Expatriates and Exurbanites of Silicon Valley | Hazlitt | Random House of Canada
Something unusual happened at Y Combinator’s Startu...
10 Reading Revolutions Before E-Books - Tim Carmody - The Atlantic
Literacy may be changing in our time, but reading has already undergone many transformations.
A Bookfuturist Manifesto - Tim Carmody - The Atlantic
A brilliant essay outlines a new path for thinking about the future of reading and writing
A/B testing comedy the Judd Apatow way TIM CARMODY
Freaks and Geeks creator and Bridesmaids director Paul Feig talks about his collaborator Judd Apatow's audience-driven approach to
Age of majority « Snarkmarket
And if you don't know, now you know
Dan Lewis is the director of new media communications at Sesame Street, which I'm sure is hard work but sounds like the best job i
Andrew Bird | HiLobrow
A short history of child stars
There's a history here. *Billy Ray Cyrus enters the office* *browser windows close throughout building* *6 people crowded around