The future is now in a new show at the Goodman.
Pew reports study of things public does to protect personal privacy: not much.
TransTech Social Enterprises CEO Angelica Ross says: “We’re here to empower.”
In defense (again) of communication via smartphone
The telephone—goodbye, good riddance
The Social Musical, a new show from ComedySportz, hits high and low notes with its mix of social media and musical improv.
Dan visits Centenary College of Louisiana and answers questions about open relationships, sperm allergies, and perfect penis percentages.
The lessons of the Alinea Baby contretemps for social media and hospitality.
A year in the life of someone pulled out of the churn of the music business, plus ten albums not appearing on many year-end lists.
Are the changing circumstances of women journalists changes for the better?
On Mohamed Morsi, Al Jazeera, and censorship.
Notes on Joe Swanberg’s Silver Bullets, playing this week as a double feature with Kris Swanberg’s Empire Builder.
The artist’s new show at Packer Schopf re-creates kids’ show-all digital snapshots and the often baffling texts that accompany them.
Isinglass Theater performs Much Ado About Nothing through social media.
The La Ronde Project fucks its way up the social ladder.