Atlanta is a TV series which eschews the steady pace of a narrative arc for irreverent non sequitur explorations of various themes within the thematic context of being black in America. Everything about Atlanta from the characters, locations, narratives and dialogues are not designed to entertain but rather to let you, the viewer, enter into its empty negative spaces. And that’s where you meet its unnamed uncredited main character…

If we can agree that most reviews have a shorter lifetime than the media they reference, then is there any benefit to taking the time to review something? I think so. We might ask what drives a person to write a review in the first place? Or maybe we should inquire what makes a reader seek out a review instead. What value does a review provide to its reader, and more pertinently, how might a review best serve its reader?

Between May and October 2017, The Global Challenges Foundation ran a competition requesting for proposals to improve the framework of global governance to meet the increasing stakes of the 21st century. I was happy to take part in this competition with a diverse and global team, submitting an idea which we call “ComplexCity”. I would like to share the executive summary of the idea with the Internet community, humbly requesting your consideration, feedback and suggestions.

Here is one application for the blockchain, that is not about reimagining financial instruments. Rather, I would like to solve the problem of queues. Yes queues. Like when you queue up to buy tickets for the cinema, or fast food, or to see the doctor. I believe solving this would fix one of the fundamental traits of capitalism…

The news of Donald Trump's presidency has been so singularly distressing that I absolutely had to take time out to come to terms with it, make sense of it for myself, integrate it into my understanding of the world as it is (and not as I would like it to be). This essay therefore is more for me than anyone else… trying to make sense of a miasma of thoughts.