Brooklyn’s ‘Microgrid’ Did Its First Solar Energy Sale
Brooklyn Microgrid is trying to build a neighbor-to-neighbor green energy market using the Ethereum blockchain.
What Life for a Bangladeshi Click Farmer Looks Like
It’s not the sweatshop labor you’re thinking of.
Robert De Niro Wants ‘A Dialogue’ About Anti-Vaxxing at Tribeca Film Festival
It’s personal to him, but it could be dangerous for everyone else.
An Indie, Off-the-Grid, Blockchain-Traded Solar Power Market Comes to Brooklyn
From Gowanus to Park Slope, this company is empowering solar panel owners to lease their extra energy.
Instagram Pulled the Plug on the App That Lets You ‘Be’ Other Users
Users of Being can no longer see into other people’s personal feeds.
Why Is This Still a Thing?
Why Is Going to School Early Still a Thing?
Won't somebody think of the teens?
‘Being’ Lets You 'Be' Someone Else on Instagram and Not All of It Is Good
Step into someone else’s shoes on Instagram.
Twitter’s Most Harmlessly Charming Account Was Mysteriously Suspended
Someone help. The best Twitter account has been taken down, and no one knows exactly why.
The Flame Awakens With This DIY Gas-Propelled Flamethrower Lightsaber
Unfortunately, because it’s a stream of fire, you can’t really expect it to keep its shape all that well when swinging it.
Bad Goats Removed by Helicopter
Up up and away.
Nearly 2,000 Planets That Could Hold Water, Visualized
Not too hot, not too cold, and not very close to home at all.
‘Metal Gear’ Creator Hideo Kojima Has Left Konami to Start His Own Studio
Snake? Snake?! SNAAAAAAAAAAAKE!