Places such as Reddit's /r/caregivers allow people caring for sick or disabled loved ones to come together, vent, and grieve.
Since we now mainly use technology to judge ourselves, and because technology has made me cripplingly self-aware, I figured the show might teach me a couple of things about myself.
Companies have refined cryonics technology to better preserve peoples' brains after death. But so far, no one knows how to turn a cryogenically frozen brain back into a living person.
Why is dating so hard? Maybe it's because everyone is so bad at communicating. Or maybe it's because we're all too quick to ghost one another.
In fiction, sexbots are generally depicted as women eager to serve male creators – but what would it look like if we flipped that script?
More and more of us are bending our brains to deal with the Information Age.
ASMR, the YouTube relaxation community, has developed an erotic offshoot, and some people aren't happy about it.
Scientists like Philipp Stoessel are creating new materials from meat—as in gristle and tendon with a baked potato on the side, meat.
Right now, The Force Awakens is both the best possible Star Wars movie and the worst. After I see it, it will land being somewhere in the middle. Call it Schrödinger's Tauntaun.
Virtual reality makes it possible to see factory farms and slaughterhouses up close, without having to travel.
David Mattingly perfected the art of turning kids into animals in the most subtly insane ways possible.
There's still no sign of alien life, but that hasn't stopped researchers from looking for the past 50 years.
Today, Myspace embodies an unexpected aspect of online business culture: eternal optimism. The people currently in charge of the site imagine that with a little luck it could return to its current glory, even if no one else thinks so.
Decades after the fall of Soviet Union, scientists are working to determine the lasting environmental effects of Soviet nuclear testing in Kazakhstan.
They don't hover and they're not even really boards, but riding one around New York will get you a ticket.
Most people hate their jobs anyway. Why not kick your feet up and let a robot do it for you?
The war on drugs isn't just fought with bullets. Recent announcements from Mexican authorities show that cartels are developing increasingly advanced networks of information technology.
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
A man from Ohio has been charged for soliciting the murder of US military personnel with a GIF.
So why aren't we seeing global warming at the movies or on TV?
We talked to the guys behind the viral marketing stunt.
When you search for "average man," you get a picture of Michael Whatley's face. And now, he's the face of a fake Banksy meet-and-greet.
Rumblr is like Tinder, only for "throwing down" rather than boning.