As Darwin predicted, we are evolving. Maybe not as biologically as he theorized, but psuedo-biologically. By using modern technology to our advantage, we are splicing, impanting, and philosophizing our way to better humans. In this letter, discover our plans for building the humans of future generations. Letters from an Internet Traveler is a newsletter for the curious, who who … Continue reading Letter #10: Building better humans.
I'm sincerely fascinated by the major progress we've made in the field of computer science. In a matter of decades, we've gone from massive mainframes to just shy of atomic transaistors. And we're not done yet. We're still trying to improve computing to keep up with our growing technological demands. But what happens when the … Continue reading Letter #9: It’s alive!…well, not yet.
2015 was a good year for me. Though I started this newsletter late in the game last year, I've learned a lot from it already. In this letter, I outline my favorite finds from 2015 and a few that I never made it into previous letters. Letters from an Internet Traveler is the sometimes-newsletter for the … Continue reading Letter #8: 2015 in review.
Medium asked me and my publication, Digital Culturist, to participate in their #PostsFromTheNearFuture campaign, where the top publications on Medium write from an imagined moment in 2016, looking at something they are excited by, concerned by, or interested in for the year ahead. Needless to say, I jumped at the chance. Check out my contribution below. … Continue reading Computing all the Feels
The 7th installment of Letters from an Internet Traveler, my personal newsletter, went out on November 25, 2015. Just in case you missed it, Letter #7 was all about shedding new light on alternative ways of thinking and perceiving the known and unknown. The letter included links to unique view points regarding addiction, cosmic existentialism, … Continue reading Letter #7: Its All About Perspective