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Justin Barber

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The Prophecy and Artistic Potential of TikTok Star Bella Poarch

I refuse to download TikTok. Mostly because it feels like TikTok is always trying to download me, and that's kind of scary even though everyone says I'll love it. I probably will, which is why I can't afford the temptation of yet another endless stream of content just a tap

The Prophecy and Artistic Potential of TikTok Star Bella Poarch
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Jamila – Meet the first TinyTree Grant recipient

My vision for Bonsai has always been to – in some way – extend the creative ethos and financial support beyond my own work. For a long time I didn’t know how I was going to do this, but a plan finally materialized in my head and a few months ago

Jamila – Meet the first TinyTree Grant recipient
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Bonsai: Season 1 Recap

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Suspiciously Good AI

A friend recently recommended that I watch “The Circle” on Netflix. I won’t ask you to subject yourself to the same torture (I barely made it through the first episode) but I also couldn’t let my suffering be in vain, so I invite you to read about the

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Email, Algorithms, and the Vulnerable

For a brief moment last year Silicon Valley’s hottest new product was an email app called Superhuman. The email service costs $30/month (!) and their marketing sounds like the first draft of a voiceover for a luxury car commercial: “Superhuman is not just another email client. We rebuilt the

Email, Algorithms, and the Vulnerable
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Tesla's Cybertruck: A Futuristic Design Sabotaged by Hypermasculinity

A few weeks before Tesla’s Cybertruck reveal in November 2019, Elon Musk teased the vehicle’s radical design on Twitter: “Cybertruck doesn’t look like anything I’ve seen bouncing around the Internet. It’s closer to an armored personnel carrier from the future.”At the time I rolled

Tesla's Cybertruck: A Futuristic Design Sabotaged by Hypermasculinity