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TOMORROW FOR SALE
Miss your chance to get the magazine on Kickstarter? Good news! We’re taking orders for issue no. 1 of Tomorrow magazine at our new online store. The magazine is currently being printed, so we’ll be ready to ship in just a few weeks. If you want your own copy of this 112 page brain-refresher, please be sure to order soon, since we’re going to try and mail them all at once....
The day after Tomorrow
annfriedman: aka today: TOMORROW mag went to press, y’all! Huge achievement. I love my crew.
Subscribers weigh in...
We’ve been surveying our subscribers for their addresses, but we’ve asked a bunch of other questions as well. Here’s what 1,252 of our readers hope for the day after today… If you’re a subscriber and you haven’t responded to the Kickstarter survey yet, do that ASAP so we can be sure to get you your magazine. If you want to subscribe, look for our online store...
Peak production mode! We go to press on Monday. We...
amyorama asked: When does your first issue come out? How much do you pay your writers? Where can we buy the issues when they are released?
FUTURE PROBLEMS: Not enough trash!
Is this anthropomorphized burning trash can a fair representation of Sweden’s trash-burning power plants? Sure! Look how energized he is. When we look to Scandinavia, we can see glimpses of the future: Modernist architecture. An entrepreneur-focused welfare state. Meatballs. And also, a problem you only have when you’re way ahead of the curve: Sweden’s recycling program is...
Bans on Bans on Bans →
The New York Times has spied a dark cloud inching over the “sunny, freewheeling disposition” of California. The darkness is bans—bans on beach bonfires; bans on declawing cats; bans on bans on circumcision. These bans, the Times warns, constitute a threat to the Tomorrow state’s “live-and-let-live sensibility,” one “rooted in Western ideals and relied upon by...