Domination: a contrarian view of AI risk

AI scraping & “publicly available web data”

Chief Justice John Roberts on AI and the judiciary

At last, I took Microsoft Word to court

Will AI obliterate the rule of law?

Short-fingered vulgarians at the gate (or how I became a typographer, pt. 2)

Camera obscura: the case against AI in classrooms

Power, Corruption & Lies (or how I became a typographer, pt. 1)

This copilot is stupid and wants to kill me

What we can deduce from a leaked PDF

Two vexing problems in functional programming

Justice Stevens reads the fine print

I, for one, welcome our Garamond-loving AI overlords

Fonts I wish were used more

My foolproof 2021 holiday-gift guide

Down to the metal

The Broadway paradox

How do you know when it’s finished?

The best typography in the US federal government

How to forget everything

Does software piracy exist?

The Comparative Copyfitting Factor

My cheap & cheerful last-minute 2020 gift guide

First the cloud giveth

The problem with “pretty”

Choose wisely (2020 edition)

Best of the decade (that I lived)

Please go away, Tim Berners-Lee

The Brethren

The curious case of Public Sans

Choose wisely

You’re not the boss of me (GDPR edition)

Net-neutrality neutrality

Ex Machina

Moving the goalposts of the California bar exam

Welcome to INSPIRATION2017!

Truth or consequences, USA

On blowing shit up

First it giveth: Rushkoff and the ethics of the digital economy

This subject line is false

Bulls on parade

The long grift: Kickstarter & book publishing

Attorneys: consider volunteering as a 2016 poll observer

On Zinsser, belatedly