I’m Jess, a freelance journalist in London.

I write about culture and technology culture, and sometimes travel and art. I’m interested in why people do what they do, and how the internet is changing the way we live.

Get in touch: jessica.furseth @ gmail.com

How do you preserve a language while still letting it grow? – Hazlitt
* Save Hackney Wick! The fight for Europe’s densest arts hub – Apollo Magazine
* Meet the people who turn the tattoo needle on themselves – The Debrief
* That hair tie on your wrist is such a hard worker! – Medium
* You just can’t get a bad cup of coffee in Melbourne – Escapism
In search of street poetry around the world – Qatar Happening
* Brixton Pound: How fintech boosts the local currency agenda – FusionWire
* How to fix a leak in your bathroom – The Billfold
* On the real hippie trail in San Francisco – Viator
* The hottest little bank in town is an app called Mondo – FusionWire
* Once upon a time in Camberwell, a bad shower – This Recording
* Brunost, dairy rebel of Norway – Suitcase
* On finding the sun at Tate Modern in the dead of winter – Lionheart Magazine
* Why London is the fintech startup capital of the world – Square Mile Magazine
* Georgia O’Keeffe at the Tate Modern: Toward a sense of home – Litro Magazine
Welcome to the freelancing revolution – BL Magazine
* Gemma Godfrey is making Moo.la – Hedge Magazine
* Interviews with leading UK technology CEOs – Megabuyte archive