1. Sight

    In the future, everything can be a game, but should it?

  2. Embassytown

    Language is power.

  3. The Information Diet

    You are what your brain eats.

  4. The Nature of Economies

    Human economies are natural processes like any other, so we should look to nature for the principles that govern the economies that govern our lives.

  5. The Omnivore’s Dilemma

    What should we eat?

  6. The Prodigal God

    If you are saved not by works but by grace, then you shouldn't fault others for not living up to your works.

  7. Life, Inc.

    The ground rules of our society—which we largely take for granted as natural, neutral, and immutable—in fact came out of specific historical moments to serve particular agendas.

  8. Bad Thoughts for a Better Life

    Three techniques for harnessing bad thoughts into the service of better emotional hygiene

  9. 26

    On the occasion of my birthday once more, and limits

  10. Lying

    Are we ever justified in lying?

  11. How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

    If you could go back in time, you'd be the same schmuck you've always been, only younger.

  12. The Most Human Human

    Trying to make computers pass as human can tell us a good bit about what it means to be human in the first place.

  13. You Are Not a Gadget

    All technologies have an implicit model of what a user is, and the more we use them, the less we can help living up to however much or little they expect of us.

  14. The Checklist Manifesto

    A good checklist can change the world.

  15. The Outlaw Sea

    In a world that's never before been so civilized, there remains something deeply wild about the sea.

  16. What Technology Wants

    We can better understand and orient ourselves to technology if we consider it a living thing.

  17. Nothing to Envy

    When you escape North Korea, many hardships are over, but many more are just beginning.

  18. Snow Crash

    Everything is a virus.

  19. For Whom the Bell Tolls

    The virtue of a goal is not to be found as much in its accomplishment as in the direction and meaning it can give a life.

  20. Samurai William

    How William Adams became the first caucasian samurai.

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