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Science and Tech

And Beyond And  Beyond 

The year is 2020. Science and technology influence everything from day-to-day tasks to our health and longevity. And yet an ocean of advancement still awaits. The question is, how do we dive in?

Social Media Censorship Isn't a Partisan Issue

Sartana Writer Conservative Millennial
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Tech Companies Have Agendas; One Silenced My Conservative Voice

RightsWatch Author and Host Conservative Millennial

The Harsh Realities of Climate Change and How to Respond

Science and Tech Policy Wonk Consultant and Educator Moderate Baby Boomer

Educational Technology Is Important and COVID Proves It

Ruby Red Education Technology Progressive Millennial

What Not to Talk About on a First Date? Definitely Gravity

nokink Writer Socialist Gen X

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After I Was Hit by a Car, a GoFundMe Saved the Day

Esoteric Underground Tattoo Artist Anarchist Millennial

My At-Home Abortion Was on a Zoom Call With My Boss

Anushka Jones Digital Consultant Libertarian Millennial

Coronavirus, Bill Gates & Vaccines: How I Became a Conspiracy Theorist

Ben Long Writer Moderate Millennial

Facebook Is Not the Problem

Clint Westwood Producer Undisclosed Millennial

I Was Raped. Then I Got Kicked Off of Hinge.

GT47 Student Undisclosed Gen Z

My Journey From Evolutionist to Creationist

St. George Journalist Conservative Millennial

The Tech World Obsession With Scalability Killed My Passion Project

Bad Swimmer Writer Progressive Millennial

I Make Memes to Cope

Wanda Journalist Undisclosed Gen Z

I’m Improving Tech in Government—We Have a Long Way to Go

Tired and Discombobulated Civic Technologist Undisclosed Millennial

I Have Witnessed Government Surveillance Firsthand, and We Should Be Very Afraid

Shai Hulud Explorer Undisclosed Millennial

I Am Addicted to the Digital World

Child of the Internet Undisclosed Undisclosed Gen Z

On the Early Internet, My Physical Disabilities Didn’t Exist

LittleBull Teacher Undisclosed Millennial

I Joined Parler So I Wouldn’t Be Censored

Lance Jade Business Owner Conservative Gen X

White Supremacy Still Reigns in Silicon Valley

Cucker Tarlson Executive Progressive Baby Boomer

Why Social Media Is a Bigger Problem Than Climate Change

Clint Westwood Producer Undisclosed Millennial

It's Not Just You: Tech Is Systematically Excluding Beginners

OpenTheGates Creative Technologist Progressive Millennial

Psychedelic Therapy Is the Therapy of the Future

Xena Naturopathic Doctor Libertarian Millennial

The Politicization of Science Is Causing America to Fall Behind

Capella Magna Scientist Undisclosed Gen X

Spiritual Abuse at a Megachurch Almost Caused Me to Go Deaf

Theophilus Nonprofit Development Progressive Millennial

Science and Tech Helped Diagnose Me With Autism, After Years of Speculation

Crankasaurusrex Student Undisclosed Gen Z

Actuarial Risk Assessments in Criminal Justice Do Not Work

Johnnie Gun Musician Anarchist Gen X

Community Management Is a Shareholder Capitalism Cover-Up

Jaded Community Builder Consultant Progressive Millennial

What Growing up Unvaccinated With Depression Was Like

Jones Writer Progressive Millennial

The Metamorphosis: How the Internet Helped Transform My Brother Into a White Supremacist

Three Ravens Business Administrator Progressive Millennial

This Year, Let’s Be Grateful for the Chance to Have a Virtual Christmas

SWLondoner Documentary Researcher Progressive Millennial

Tech Needs to Be More Inclusive. Now.

Dodger Student Socialist Gen Z

Think Big Tech Is a Danger in the U.S.? American Tech Is Far More Lethal Overseas.

Tails Crowdfunding Consultant Undisclosed Millennial

I Found My Dream Career Through a Stranger on Facebook

Genderalchemist Teacher Progressive Millennial

Why I Quit Social Media

Landroid Professor Undisclosed Millennial

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