Adrienne LaFrance

Adrienne LaFrance is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where she oversees the Technology Channel. Previously she worked as an investigative reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat, Nieman Journalism Lab, and WBUR.

Serial Episode 8: A Study in Bias?

Four Atlantic staffers discuss the latest installment of the podcast, in which listeners finally learn more about Jay.

Is It Wrong to Be Hooked on Serial?

Serialized nonfiction is an old-school journalistic format; it's the fandom around this real-life murder mystery that makes it feel different.

The Evolution of Chat

New features in software programs like Slack let people go on tangents and have side conversations more easily—more like talking out loud.

The First Pop-Up Ad

A man who has spent the last decade trying to make the Internet better tells the story of how he launched one of the most hated online features. 

The Weird Power and Liability of Incumbency in Hawaii

The state's voters used to revere longtime officeholders. On Saturday, that changed, when the state's governor, Neil Abercrombie, lost in an unprecedented upset—but the man he controversially handpicked as U.S. senator may win.