The lights are still out for a quarter of a million people in Lower Manhattan, and things are getting dangerous. But cell phones and social media are enabling an entirely self-organized recovery effort that is showing up where FEMA, the Red Cross, and the city are not.
A week of amazing projects and sobering realities from the superstorm.
For people not in New York who want to do more than give money (and who know how to code), consider attending a CrisisCamp this weekend and hacking some online ways to help.
As satellites become smaller and launching them becomes more affordable, people are putting all sorts of wacky things into space.
The U.S. military is funding and taking risks on EV technology in a way that the private sector simply can’t.
People’s Community Market hopes to fill a void in people’s diets, by having the community invest in--rather than crowdfund--their own food.
Does the ringing endorsement of the electric automaker’s newest model from the mainstream auto press mean we’re about to see a change in the stigmatization of EVs?