Five lessons from a socialist computing project in Salvador Allende’s Chile.
3-D printing in its current form could be a return to “small is beautiful” drudgery, but it has the potential to do much more.
With powerful class movements behind it, technology can promise emancipation from work, not more misery.
Far from stifling innovation, a socialist society would put technological progress at the service of ordinary people.
Education is not a design problem with a technical solution. It’s a social and political project neoliberals want to innovate away.
As humanity pushes outward into space, how will the galaxy’s wealth be shared?
New applications and mobile services for Palestinians are being called liberatory. But they’re more a way for capitalists to profit from occupation.
Our challenge is to see in technology both today’s instruments of employer control and the preconditions for a post-scarcity society.
Just as the automobile defined the twentieth century, the smartphone is reshaping how we live and work today.