Leave it to the Swedes to come up with a smart, sensible tech magazine that makes sense in 2002, an accomplished forty-something to Wired's sniveling adolescence. It's published by a venture capital firm in a socialist country.

Unfortunately not all of the articles are online, like Diane Coyle's wonderfully honest and passionate "The Promise of High Trust Economy": '...the more complex the technology basis of the economy, the more complicated and subtle the society needed to operate it. The high-tech economy...depends crucially on the exchange of ideas. And that means people engaging with other people.'

Tuesday, May 28, 2002 | Permalink | Filed in Mobile


Dreyfuss Mobile Phone

Survey of Web Genres

Doblin's Short, Grandiose Theory

Marsupial Mouse

Search method seeds

Volunteering pays


Headline! Radio buttons originally controlled radios

Cost and Style

Litmus test for scent/meaning

Shifting information goals

Theory: EBay as Flea Market

Teaching in Sound Bites