Back in October 2015, I started a Medium publication called Digital Culturist as a side project meant to explore my personal interests in the effects of technology on society, culture, and psychology. More formally described, Digital Culturist is a tech/culture publication critiquing the digital age through the eyes of those who created it, publishing analytical, informed stories … Continue reading Small-time Adventures in Independent Publishing
With each technological advancement we get a little closer to our idea of the future. The latest installment explores the near future of death, medicine, and sex. Letters from an Internet Traveler is a newsletter for the curious, who who frequently indulge in conversation starters and ‘did you know’ moments—a few thought-provoking tidbits discovered on my travels across … Continue reading Letter #12: What’s the future of…?
The latest installment from Letters from an Internet Traveler explores human reasoning and what is possible when you set it aside. Discover how to be more creative, how to live a better life, and how to develop new perspectives just by giving up the notion of reason. Not everything we do/say needs to have a … Continue reading Letter #11: Stop being so reasonable.
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.