Helen RazerMay 23, 20178 Comments
We didn't elect Mark Zuckerberg. He is not qualified to guide democracy, nor to fix much of anything outside of Facebook's censorship policy.
May 16, 201740 Comments
Politicians and journalists alike seem reluctant to discuss nuclear as a viable (and actually scalable) alternative to wind and solar, reports science writer Geoff Russell.
May 11, 201712 Comments
And you should opt out of it as soon as you can, freelancer Asher Wolf writes.
Bernard KeaneApr 26, 20172 Comments
Pill-testing is a drug policy no-brainer that helps drug users, police and health professionals. The entrenched opposition to it is killing people.
Mar 6, 20175 Comments
Giving open access to already-used data has some key benefits, writes biologist Allen Greer.
Ben SandilandsMar 2, 20177 Comments
Is space the place to use paying passengers as flight testers? We may soon find out, with a manned mission to the far side of the Moon to include two amateur space tourists.
Helen RazerMar 2, 201732 Comments
The national broadband network does not belong to millionaire bureaucrats or Liberal MPs. It belongs to you, the taxpayer, and you have the right to demand better.
Ben SandilandsFeb 28, 20173 Comments
The airline Norwegian is shaking up the aviation industry, exploiting opportunities to do to established carriers what Qantas wanted to do years ago.
Michael BradleyJan 24, 20173 Comments
Because it's probably going to happen.
Helen RazerJan 19, 201713 Comments
The Silicon Valley founders of the Seasteading Institute have falsely promoted themselves for some time as philanthropists.