Matt Borondy

Matt Borondy founded Identity Theory in 2000 and continues to edit and publish the site from various mountainous locations. Follow him @mattborondy on Twitter and Instagram, read his Substack newsletters or email him at editor@identitytheory.com. He can also be found at borondy.com.

Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on a Biotech Planet

Denise Caruso, a legendary NY Times technology columnist from the 80s and 90s (who recently started a new column at the paper called RE:Framing) and founder of the Hybrid Vigor Institute, isn't so sure about this whole genetic engineering thing. Are industry players moving ahead too quickly, without proper risk assessments? Is something amiss in …

Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on a Biotech Planet Read More »

Untold Stories

Untold Stories is the collected memoirs, diaries, and notes of Alan Bennett, best known as the writer of The Madness of King George and a long-time presence in British theater. Though he rubbed elbows with his fair share of celebrities (Maggie Smith makes many fond appearances), Bennett has led a comparatively unremarkable life of work …

Untold Stories Read More »

Scroll to Top