Sydney Brownstone is a New York-based staff writer at Co.Exist. She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with windows that don’t quite open, and covers environment, health, and data. She’s written for the Village Voice, Mother Jones, Brooklyn Magazine, The L Magazine, and has contributed to NPR.
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- Chase This Holographic Chicken Around Your House Before You Eat It IRL
- This Drone Could Get To Heart Attack Patients Faster Than An Ambulance
- Activists Turned A Wisconsin Gas Station Into A Tiny Village for the Homeless
- This Map Of London’s Surveillance Is Incomplete (Because They Wouldn't Let The Mapper Finish)
- Can 1,000 Smartphones Make A Difference In The Fight Against Ebola? Or Just Make Us Feel Better?
- Americans Will Pay More For Organic, But They Also Have No Idea What “Organic” Means
- The Air Force Is Using A Robot To Kill Ebola With Photon Guns
- This Vacuum Cleaner Company Made a Tool To Clean Up Your “Digital Dust”
- An Unexpected Side Effect Of Climate Change: More Lightning
- Visualizing The Death Tolls Of The World's Most Horrific Disasters
- How We're Visualizing New York's New Bike Sharing System
- Imagining The Submerged California Coast After The Sea Level Rises
- Mind The Gap: Mapping Life Expectancy By Subway Stop
- What Happens When A Photographer Secretly Takes Over A Town’s Surveillance Camera