DIY

Health

Did the FBI Seize My Vagina Cultures?

When the FBI raided the offices of at-home microbiome testing startup uBiome, it likely took with it data about my own health.
Samantha Cole
5.9.19
Computers

This YouTuber Built a Working PC Out of Pasta

“This has been a very long project that I’m mildly proud of,” said Micah Laplante.
Rob Dozier
4.17.19
Technology

I Stood Up to Apple and Fixed My Own Mac

The company makes it intentionally difficult for customers to do their own repairs, which—for obvious reasons—bugs me.
Erik Galli
3.4.19
nuclear fusion

A Child Explains Why He Built a Nuclear Reactor in His Playroom

“I realised that certain things that I thought were impossible for someone my age aren’t impossible,” said Jackson Oswalt, 14.
Rob Dozier
3.3.19
Noisey Hitlist

Dream Nails Made a Perfect DIY Anthem to Being Left on Read

“Chirpse Degree Burns (Text Me Back”) is what we've all been through, whether or not we like to admit it.
Daisy Jones
1.22.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

More Than 200 Artists Remade 'Shrek' Scene-by-Scene and Boy It Looks Weird

The trailer for 'Shrek Retold' feels like a fever dream.
Beckett Mufson
11.20.18
Weed

This Teen Made a DIY Device That Measures the Strength of Your Bong Hits

Bradley Moore explains how he generates the dankest of data.
Daniel Oberhaus
10.28.18
Culture

You Can Smoke Weed Out of This Cursed Furby Bong

Furbong is the pinnacle of human innovation.
Beckett Mufson
10.3.18
Essays

People Had No Fucking Clue What to Do with Vivian Girls

Ten years after its release, the Brooklyn trio's debut album is still a feminist masterpiece—and a complicated exploration of what it means to be a cool girl in a male-dominated scene.
Annie Fell
9.29.18
rockets

Meet the Amateur Rocketeer Building Self-Landing Replicas of SpaceX Rockets

Joe Barnard has spent the last three years pioneering DIY landing technologies for amateur rockets and now the aerospace industry is paying attention.
Daniel Oberhaus
9.24.18
Noisey Hitlist

Madge is a DIY Electro Pop Wizard

Alongside her new track “How to Play”, we spoke to the LA-based artist about going from strict Mormonism to eclectic beatmaker.
Daisy Jones
9.19.18
Noisey Hitlist

This New Orleans DIY Band Make Hooky 80s Music to Dance to

They're called Sexy Dex and the Fresh and we're premiering their new video “Play Me Birdie” today.
Daisy Jones
9.6.18
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