“Humane Ingenuity 44: Bookwork and Cloud Labs” — Seventeenth-century bookmaking is more relevant than you might imagine for today’s digital writing. March 16, 2022
“Humane Ingenuity 43: Your Own Personal Paul McCartney” — What we can learn from a robot that paints badly. January 24, 2022
“The Books of College Libraries Are Turning Into Wallpaper,” The Atlantic. University libraries around the world are seeing precipitous declines in the use of the books on their shelves. Why is this happening and what does it mean for the future of libraries? May 26, 2019
“The Narrow Passage of Gortahig” — On the rugged western coast of Ireland, a critical road is a bit too narrow, and the locals like it that way. August 26, 2018
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