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Technology WNYC Shares Perspective On the Human Side of Technology [PSFK 2016]

Radio host Manoush Zomorodi asks what happens when we let ourselves space out. See her on stage May 13 at PSFK 2016.

Design Editor's Pick: Best Talks of PSFK 2015

Looking back at PSFK 2015 and into the Future of the Connected Life

Editors Pick Why Killing Off Boredom Can Be a Bad Thing [PSFK 2015]

WNYC’s Manoush Zomorodi is certain unplugging from personal devices can help us achieve better overall balance

Work Embracing the Boredom Our Phones Killed Off [PSFK 2015]

Manoush Zomorodi’s of WNYC’s Bored and Brilliant project asks how unplugging from personal devices can help us achieve better overall balance

8 Stories You Need To Know Today

The New York Times to create a replacement for Nate Silver’s blog, and Volvo will put magnets in roads.

Innovation Envisioning The City As A Communications Platform [My Ideal City]

PSFK chats with Rachel Hoat, Chief Digital Officer for the city of New York, about how hyperlocal reporting is positively impacting urban development.

41.7% Of NYC's Women Have Never Been Married [Headlines]

According to the US census, New York has the largest number of never-married women in the country.

Technology Is Our World Full Of Deep Symmetries And Ordered Pairs? [Video]

Inspired by the Radiolab episode 'Desperately Seeking Symmetry', the accompanying video by Everynone explores human desire for balance, only to reveal the beauty within imperfect matches.

Advertising (Video) Exploring Language With Visual Wordplay

Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante created a moving film to accompany a Radiolab episode called "Words."

Innovation AM JAMZ Crowdsources Commuting Playlists

Today, WNYC launched AM JAMZ, an invitation for daily commuters to share the musical accompaniment to their daily trip to work.

(Pics) The Underground Terminal: A Journey Below Manhattan

WNYC takes us on a photographic journey 100 feet below the historic Grand Central Station in New York City.