In last week’s People Issue, we gave a little bit of extra print space to one of my subjects—the bioethicist Lori B. Andrews—though we could’ve used even more. (Thirty minutes into our lengthy, fascinating interview, Andrews expressed concern for whatever “poor intern” would be doing the transcribing, and with good reason: one of her answers, typed, ran two pages long.) Andrews, who directs Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Institute for Science, Law, and Technology, had an intriguing anecdote for every topic we covered: Diabetic students whose insulin needles are considered “weapons” by their schools; the native tribe whose genes were used for origins research without their consent; the Chicago law firm that shows new hirees their drunk, inappropriate, and publicly available Facebook pictures to modify their Internet behavior.