Adam Steiner confronts the decline of the box-set TV show and the future of film and streaming.
Following the revelations of Cambridge Analytica’s involvement in Brexit and the election of Trump, J.A. Smith asks whether the relationship between populism and digital media goes deeper than the rogue behaviour of particular companies and campaigns.
Gabriele de Seta on China’s digital entrepreneurs, infrastructures and platforms.
Mike Watson celebrates the social potential of gaming communities.
Łukasz Muniowski on ethics and the natural community.
Matt Turner considers the relation between art forms, ethics, cruelty and freedom.
Karen Cheung offers a journalists perspective and personal reflection on the recent political crises in Hong Kong.
Edwin Montoya Zorrilla discusses the G20 protests, George Romero’s zombies and the question of innocence in the age of police brutality.