The waterpark is an amazing symbol of water in the first-world — and of human's marvelous ability to engineer our future away.
Norell didn't blink when I asked him to speculate on Apatosaurus penis size.
Welcome to the wonderful and revolutionary world of Minecraft.
Mike Daisey, Kony2012 and the ecstasy and the agony of infotainment.
Is Jason Russell the new Star Wars Kid? If so, talk about taking Light Saber-ing to obscene levels.
For those unaware, this is the new Star Wars MMORPG. It's Electronic Arts' attempt at competing with World of Warcraft, a game I never got into but that everyone else on the planet seems to play.
Nothing beats putting on the headphones for a wallowing self-pity fest.
And taught you calculus.
SXSW isn't all Shiner Bock and BBQ. It's a lot of hard work, too. And tacos.
The point of the Tamagotchi was to watch what you made die.
Despite his love for the bomb, Edward Teller didn't consider himself a war-mongerer.
Here's everything I think the new tablet does.
Once wasn't enough.
Making a significant video game discovery is like sitting on a cat. Let's sit on cats.
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.
"They were looking for off the shelf software that would meet their needs."
Look, they're a perfect match.
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.
"Twisted Metal" for PS3 is exactly the game you're hoping for if you want to drive cars with guns on them and blow up other cars.
A teaser peak at Motherboard's latest documentary on DIY info wars and networked discontent.
According to science, that guy with the Lamborghini and small penis is probably an unethical bastard.
The Internet needs this valiant steed.
Pop enough sleeping pills and you just may croak.
Why are the so-called sorcerers of sound routinely shafted?