This event will be held at our 9th Ave. location.
Machines malfunction, fall short of our expectations, or behave in weird and unhelpful ways. Software makes demands of us we can’t possibly fulfill. Startups die, and their founders fail up—or down. Venture capitalists lose money, and call it the cost of innovation. A win for some is a loss for others: technical and financial successes breed social and ecological failures.
Join Logic to celebrate the West Coast release of our new issue, FAILURE, hosted by Green Apple Books on the Park in SF.
There will be readings from the upcoming issue and from our previous release, SCALE. They include:
+ Adrian Daub on who cleans up when the rocketship crashes
+ Wendy Liu on the failures of the free software movement
+ Xiaowei Wang with a dispatch from Shenzhen, the Other Bay Area
+ Will Payne on location-based apps and gentrification
+ Kim-Mai Cutler on the history of venture capital
Logic is a magazine about technology and society that publishes three times per year in print and digital formats. We're trying to ask the right questions about how technology works, and whom it works for. Read more, including our manifesto, at https://logicmag.io.