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Scientific diagram of a crown ether.
Issue 37 by Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear & Shanley Kane on May 27th, 2016
The anti-online harassment movement is already replicating many of the shortcomings, failures, erroneous assumptions and faulty strategies of the larger violence against women movement.
Ellie and Riley from The Last of Us: Left Behind, looking towards us as if posing for a photograph; Riley is giving Ellie bunny ears behind her head. Both are dressed in soiled outdoors-y clothes and wearing backpacks.
Issue 37 by Veve Jaffa on May 24th, 2016
Diverse characters and storylines are often withheld from games to be sold as optional add-ons for additional cost.
From "Fez": Gomez, the main character, has on sunglasses and a gold dollar sign around his neck, and leaps from a pixelated, grassy ground towards dollar signs in starry sky.
Issue 36 by Veve Jaffa on April 27th, 2016
The high visibility of indie success stories creates the illusion that commercial success is accessible and achievable by all, disregarding the challenges most indie developers face.
Close-up of a brightly colored, simple-looking 3d printer, fabricating a small, unknown object.
Issue 36 by Ansh Patel on April 26th, 2016
Who controls the machines? How are they made? And who makes them?
An electric sign above a garage reading 'Capitalism Kills Love.'
Issue 33 by Melissa King on February 23rd, 2016
Capitalism is an economic system of convenience… that is, the convenience of management and CEOs.
Pile of multi-colored eggs.
Issue 27 by Cameron G. on September 15th, 2015
The industries we know and love are being built on our free labor, our hunt for “experience,” and our naivety about our worth.
Three people standing on a skeletal wooden tractor, pointing upward. The scenery is lush and green, with a vast blue sky.
Issue 22 by Anne Pasek on June 9th, 2015
Configuring tools as a mode of straightforward escape from oppression, be it poverty or unfulfilling work, risks ignoring existing material practices and organizations that hold us to systems of inequity.