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Upcoming Events

Logic Turns Two!

Tues, March 5th @ City Lights Booksellers, San Francisco. Doors at 6:30pm

We're turning two! Help us celebrate with a conversation about the state of technology writing at City Lights, where it all began.

We’ll hear from friends of the magazine who write about technology in different genres, including Megan Rose Dickey, Alexis C. Madrigal, Fred Turner, Ellen Ullman, and Julia Carrie Wong.

Moderated by Moira Weigel, a founding editor of Logic.

The event is free and all ages. Find out more and RSVP on our Facebook event

Issues

Issue 6: Play (Available now)

The games people play with technology—and what happens when we let technology play us.

Read the editors' note, "Man Bites Dog", and other excerpts from the issue.

Issue 5: Failure (Available now)

How technology fails us—and how we fail technology.

Read the editors' note, "Project Runway", and other excerpts from the issue.

Released August, 2018.

Issue 4: Scale (Available now)

What new kinds of scale does technology enable and demand?

Read the editors' note, "Go Ask Alice", and other excerpts from the issue.

Released April, 2018.

Issue 3: Justice (Available now)

Is technology making life better or worse? Whose lives is it making it better, and whose lives is it making worse?

Read the editors' note, "Flying Blind", and other excerpts from the issue.

Released December, 2017.

Issue 2: Sex (Available now)

How are people using new tools to fulfill, expand, or transform their sexuality? Is technology liberating users to pursue their true desires? Creating new pleasures, pressures? What even is sex?

Read excerpts from the issue.

Released July, 2017.

Tech Against Trump (Available now)

Tech Against Trump is a book chronicling the rising tide of anti-Trump resistance by technologists and tech workers. How are people using technology to disrupt Trumpism? How are folks working in tech organizing to prevent their companies from enabling the Administration’s agenda? We interview a wide range of individuals and groups to help us answer these questions, and provide resources for further action.

Read excerpts from the book.

Issue 1: Intelligence (Available now)

Our very first issue. Tales have been told far and wide of its impressive hand-feel. "I can’t stop touching it," says one early reviewer. The content is even better.

We're thrilled to be publishing a range of talented folks on a variety of subjects—from DIY brain scanners to the feminization of front-end coding; electronic medical records and the doctors that hate them to border patrol robots; and more.

Read excerpts from the issue.

Released March, 2017.

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