If you live in or around NYC and didn't attend the Armory Show this year, today is your last chance. Or if you are averse to the worst aspect of art shows (i.e., the people in attendance), skip all the bullshit and head down to the closing party for Ed Zi…
The president got a little sci-fi with some of the ideas he proposed in his big speech last night. SOTUs are notorious for being lofty wishlists, so consider these proposals Obama's wildest political fantasies.
We could have summarized the year's stories using words—you know, those collections of symbols that represent ideas—but since it's almost 2013, we should really be communicating only in moving images.
It's dusk when the rebels move into position within a cluster of lemon and olive groves about 300 feet from the Syrian border post north of the bleak and dusty Lebanese farming village of al-Qaa. I'm watching the operation from behind the troops with thei…
The preferred newscast for online pedophiles, The Daily Capper, has returned after over a year of silence to chime in on the blackmail of Amanda Todd.
Looking over some stills from The Shining Forward and Backward, I was immediately struck by the text permeating beneath Jack and the gang slowly going mad, together, at the Overlook Hotel.
Our investigation into Amanda Todd's suicide has led us to realize that the world of sexual extortionists, who prey on underage girls that enter webcam chatrooms, is a complicated environment full of internal rivalries.
The money quote in the trailer for 'The House I Live In' belongs to David Simon, creator of The Wire, and it's a doozy: "The drug war is a holocaust in slow motion."
Louie Psihoyos' ambitions have escalated, his subject has opened up, and he's taking consultation left and right from greeny showbiz vets. Needless to say, I was pretty stoked to get on the line with the creator of 'The Cove' and chat about his upcoming f…
Trying to get laid on the internet has never been so tough.
We won't have time for emotions in our beige future.
They get laid a lot more than you and are immeasurably happier with their lives.
Apparently, the lure of spying on other people's lives is too much for anyone to resist.
The ice cream guy talks with us about OWS, mesh networking, and his activist son.
Or do they all just look like meat covered in slime?
These people have had some pretty awful vacay experiences.
Cannibalism is only one bad vacation away.
Not everyone can die with my girlfriend, before you all start asking.
It's been pretty fun dominating the planet and everything, but let's face it—someday, probably someday soon, we're all going to die.
The Creators Project's combination of technology with music and art makes it the only event where you can get your geek on without cockblocking yourself in the process.
Yovcho Gorchev uses hypnotic GIFs to posit his heady theories on our conceptions of self and the idea that our senses are not confined to our bodies.
Surprisingly, everyone we talked to had an answer for this one. What is wrong with you people?
Victor bends buildings over, plonks them down, and completely flips them over in his outlandish images.
Here's a peak at Motherboard's documentary, "Free the Network," which looks at how DIY hack-tech is being used by Occupy in an attempt to free the internet from corporate clutches.