By Ruth Vitale

I’m still reeling from June 27th – which is the day that I must have accidentally stepped into a parallel universe, a topic I know a lot about. Why? Because I love science fiction. I must read a sci-fi book every two weeks – it’s true! So even as an... Read more

By Justin Sanders

In June, we checked in on some of the commentary surrounding the endlessly-burning hair pile that is the technology industry at the moment – offering “14 Brilliant Comments on the Importance of Platform Responsibility in Big Tech.” Since then, Facebook has continued to be dodgy about where its user data has... Read more

By CreativeFuture

Last month, the National Telecommunications and Information Association (NTIA) asked the public for comments on how the NTIA should prioritize their future internet policy initiatives. Many of you will ask, “what is the NTIA?” The NTIA is an agency that advises the President on telecommunication and information policy issues. Their... Read more

By Justin Sanders

With its retro-cool ‘80s Cold War backdrop and ongoing parade of character disguises, the now wrapped FX thriller The Americans would have been a fantastic gig for even the most seasoned of costume designers. For Katie Irish, it was her first job as a lead costume designer in television. “It was... Read more

By Justin Sanders

Art piracy doesn’t always make for the same big headlines as other forms of copyright infringement, but make no mistake – it is a very real problem, and the numbers are staggering. A fervid interest in art-collecting as a financial investment has whipped up the buying and selling of fine... Read more

By Kristina Ensminger

Janice Poon is the embodiment of creativity. Her pursuits as a professional creative have taken her to advertising agencies, butcher shops, television shows, and shopping malls. She’s best known for her work as a food stylist on the hit series Hannibal and the first season of American Gods. However, she’s also... Read more