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Sometimes a story is bigger than a conversation, and sound design can take us there. Sonic Sidebars are short, richly-textured audio essays from big names and deep thinkers.
A simulated eight-hour bus drive earns you one point. Why would anyone want to play a game like that?
Celebrated curator Hans Ulrich Obrist has a vision: get art out of galleries and into the real world.
Our digital producer, Mark Riechers, tells us why he got married in a movie theater.
A listener reminds us that it wasn't just teenage boys listening to Pink Floyd in 1973.
For three decades, MIT professor Sherry Turkle's been looking at the ways we interact with machines. She believes our digital devices are taking a toll on our personal relationships.
Chuck Klosterman thinks the Internet has ruined a lot of things, including death.
During basketball camp in Fargo, North Dakota, cultural critic Chuck Klosterman made an enemy — for life. And maybe that was a bad idea.
Rebecca Solnit prepares the smartphone era for a time when we no longer know how to not know where we are.