Golden Age of Analog—Why in the digital age have some of our best thinkers turned toward characteristically analog themes?
The Gender of Math—Math has a gender issue...but how and why? On the problem of essential bias in mathematics, algorithms, and digital media.
The Origin of Geometry—What is a point? Here we address point as unity, puncture, and mark (or in the Greek tradition monas, stigme, and semeion).
Compression in Philosophy (co-authored with Jason LaRiviere)—On the difference between "abstract" compression and "generic" compression in philosophy.
A Questionnaire on Materialisms—Part of a collection of responses published in October magazine on the status of materialism today.
History Is What Hurts—Written for a special issue on the work of Fredric Jameson.
Tangled—A book review of Network Aesthetics by Patrick Jagoda.
Laruelle, Anti-Capitalist—On Laruelle, Marx, Althusser, and what it would mean to have a universe devoid of exchange.
My interview with McKenzie Wark, published in boundary 2 online, covering current work, the influence of Donna Haraway, the state of contemporary theory, and many other topics.
The Digital in the Humanities, a dialogue with Melissa Dinsman published in the Los Angeles Review of Books.