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Internet

Inside the Super Positive Community of Competitive YouTube Water Drinkers

Deep in the heart of YouTube exists a wholesome little oasis of highly hydrated young people.
Mack Lamoureux
a day ago
Features

The ‘Men’s Liberation’ Movement Time Forgot

Nowadays, the Men’s Rights movement runs the gamut from incels to red pillers, but in the 1970s, men's libbers looked something like… feminists?
Nona Willis Aronowitz
2 days ago
Hacking

The Prototype iPhones That Hackers Use to Research Apple’s Most Sensitive Code

Very few people have heard of them, but "dev-fused" iPhones sold on the grey market are one of the most important tools for the best iOS hackers in the world.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
3.7.19
When the Drugs Hit

What It’s Like to Smoke Salvia for Science

I was the final volunteer in the world's first brain imaging study on salvia divinorum.
Daniel Oberhaus
3.5.19
Drugs

The Rise and Fall of 'Red Mitsubishis': the Pill That Terrified Australia

In the 90s they were the pinga of choice. By the early 2000s they'd become public enemy number one.
Sam Nichols
3.5.19
Health

The Remarkable Benefits of Cold Water Swimming

More and more people are starting their days with a dip in ice cold water, with some saying it dramatically improves their ability to manage depression.
Angus Harrison
3.4.19
VICE Long Reads

A Journey Into the Radical Art of Brain Injury Survivors

A small and thriving community of artists in London are re-kindling age old questions about why we create.
Joe Zadeh
3.3.19
climate change

The $1 Trillion Storm: How a Single Hurricane Could Rupture the World Economy

Climate change and a potentially vulnerable insurance market could combine in a disaster that starts in South Florida but hits the entire globe.
Geoff Dembicki
3.3.19
Hacking

Meet the Hacker Who Busts Child Pornographers on the Dark Net

Einar Otto Stangvik talks with us about online child pornography, self-developed hacking tools, the police who ran the abusive sites—and why he comes up with the best ideas while dreaming.
Daniel Mützel
2.27.19
Film

I Worked a Shift at the Last Blockbuster in Australia

It's one of two left on the planet.
Sarah Booth
2.25.19
Photography

The Wild Life of the Photographer Who Survived WWII and Tattooed His Whole Body

Albrecht Becker's artistic life began with a failed experiment on his penis.
Tim Geyer
2.21.19
Zealandia

The Fate of Tonga’s Criminal Returnees

There is little support to prevent criminal deportees from reverting to a life of crime. With meth flooding the country, that’s bad news for Tonga.
James Borrowdale
2.11.19
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