Issue 19

supa dupa skies (move slow and heal things)

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The theme of this issue is in part an homage to Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott’s 1997 debut studio album. Her transgression of Hip Hop’s dominant archetypes—Madonna or the Whore qua almost asexual hip hop purist or video vixen—cracked the sonic uniformity stagnating on the radio. With the goal of detonating the bleak uniformity of tech journalism, supa dupa skies riffs on Missy’s audacity—her declaration that she was more than Curtis Mayfield’s superfly, she was supa dupa fly.

This issue heralds the dawn of a new era for Logic(s) and we plan to do something very different than counting up falling sky Chicken Little style. We switching out the stultifying dread and doomsday hand-wringing for Black joy and rhythmic plurinational freedom dreaming. We storytelling outchea.

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Issue 19 Cover

In 2023, Logic Magazine was relaunched as Logic(s), the first queer Black and Asian tech magazine. Logic(s) goes beyond mere critique to serve as a beacon of new possibilities—helping to understand how technology has re-ordered people’s lives for better and worse, and where we go from here.

We publish three times annually and feature the tremendous imaginative power of those most impacted by technology, but who are rarely brought into the conversation.

The first issue of Logic(s) will be released in Spring 2023. Learn more about our next chapter.

Our work is made possible with support from Ford Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Omidyar Network, Columbia University’s INCITE institute, The Logic Foundation, and our many institutional and individual subscribers.

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Issue 19: supa dupa skies (move slow and heal things) is expected to arrive in May.

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