Leave it to the Swedes to come up with a smart, sensible tech magazine that makes sense in 2002, an accomplished forty-something to Wired’s sniveling adolescence. It’s published by a venture capital firm in a socialist country.
Unfortunately not all of the articles are online, like Diane Coyle’s wonderfully honest and passionate “The Promise of High Trust Economy”: ‘…the more complex the technology basis of the economy, the more complicated and subtle the society needed to operate it. The high-tech economy…depends crucially on the exchange of ideas. And that means people engaging with other people.‘