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Recent Press and Publications

The Katie Show

Michael was recently interviewed by Katie Couric regarding his award-winning documentary, Sleeping with Siri.

FORBES Interview with Michael Stusser

Interview with the host of the cannabis show Higher Ground.

Alternative Tweets

A Mindfulness Practice in the Age of the Orange Menace.

Siri and Alexa Encourage… a Tech Timeout?

New Parody Launched in Advance of National Day of Unplugging

F*cking Fifty

Michael contemplates the financial, spiritual, and romantic consequences of getting "Old".

“Sleeping With Siri” Film Trailer

Digital Madness

Michael Stusser writes about the effect technology is having on our culture - and our flea-brains - in his “Digital Madness” column

A Tiny Sense Of Accomplishment

Michael joins Sherman Alexi and Jess Walter to discuss technology, poetry…and porn

Yoga by Equinox Parody

Michael’s Yoga Parody has officially gone viral! After a yoga instructor was criticized for creating a sexy and awe-inspiring video. Stusser parodied it to break the ice and remind us that yoga is, indeed, for every body.

Tech Timeout Academic Challenge

At a time when evidence is mounting that our over-connected world is making us dumber, sadder, and more anxious, Twisted Scholar announces the release of the Tech Timeout Academic Challenge – Disconnecting from Technology (for a while).

Speak No Evil, Tweet No Evil

If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say tweet anything at all.

Higher Ground

What do you get when The Daily Show meets High Times? Stusser’s Higher Ground!

Amazon Prime Launches New Ad Campaign

Amazon's new service, Amazon Prime Air, delivers products to your door with a fleet of aerial drones in 30 minutes! Insane publicity stunt? Or the future of customer service? You be the judge! (Oh, and as far as Google's Project Wing goes? They can suck it! We're FAA approved, and we're ready to FLY!)

Get It Done By 3pm

The first thing I heard at Cal’s freshman orientation was, “Don’t let school get in the way of your education.” This concept — however whimsically intended — would radically alter my world view and influence my writing career.