Clive Thompson

A face in a crowd.

There’s a fine line between sharing and oversharing. And here at Innovation Hub, we’re all about sharing, including sharing some interviews that touch on oversharing. Read More...

Eiffel Tower

Visit the Eiffel Tower, the White House, and even the city of Venice – all by traveling to China. Technology writer Clive Thompson argues that these copies echo deeply-rooted Chinese beliefs, but are also a way to innovate. Read More...

dog and spilled food

The term “eating your own dog food” comes from programmers who force themselves to use the programs they create; that’s how the bugs get worked out. According to technology writer Clive Thompson, politicians should take a cue from the tech world – and live by their own policies. Read More...

multiple screens

Digital distractions bombard us every second and stop us from making a dent in that lengthy to-do list. Technology writer Clive Thompson explains how we could put our many screens to better use. Read More...

fixing a computer

Electronic waste is piling up in landfills. We chucked 2.4 million tons of it in 2010 and recycled just 27 percent. Technology writer Clive Thompson argues that a fixer movement could solve this century-old problem. Read More...

Wrong Way

Technology writer Clive Thompson explains why everything we know that's wrong about being wrong could also be wrong. Read More...

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