I Stopped Using a Computer Mouse for a Week and It Was Amazing
Your life will be so much easier if you force yourself to learn keyboard shortcuts.
The Weakest Link
How to Securely Get Rid of Your Devices
How to clean out that drawer of old phones, laptops, and hard drives without having to worry about someone getting their hands on your data.
'Serious Man,' Today's Comic by Jana Vasiljevic
A business man is serious. A business man has a computer.
These Photos Will Put Your Voyeurism to the Test
If 'Rear Window' was a Norwegian photography series...
london rental opportunity of the week
London Rental Opportunity of the Week: A Windowless Prison in Brixton!
Who needs windows when you have... no, got nothing. You really do need windows.
How Art by Inmates Could Help Change the Prison System
An interview with artist and educator Mark Strandquist about how his collaborations with people behind bars.
VICE vs Video games
A Time-Wasting History of Windows’ Free Games
Since an intern created Microsoft Solitaire in 1989, millions of people have wasted billions of hours playing the company's simple, but maddeningly addictive, free desktop games.
What's a Colophon? Artist Recreates Vintage Computer Guides in the Most Analog Way Possible
We talked to Joshua Caleb Weibley about his new analog art for the tech community in Seattle.
When you peep into a neighbor's window, the neighbor's window also peeps into you.
Paris Photo Series Explores the Art of Voyeurism
Gail Albert Halaban's new photography book, 'Paris Views,' captures life through the windows of French apartments.
The Photo Issue 2008
"These are some of the cats I've seen behind windows in the streets of Flanders. They're everywhere, if you really look. At times I feel like I'm walking through a red-light district-the cats are like the whores."
The Photo Issue 2006