Who Needs a Tarot Reading When We Have Predictive Keyboards?
Get your predictions for the year by letting your iPhone's QuickType feature choose what to say.
How This Fine Art Occultist Makes Four-Dimensional Glyphs
Eliza Gauger explains her process for creating Problem Glyphs.
I Tried Astral Projection in a Flotation Tank and All I Got Was a Text Message
Of course I'm going back.
Why We Still Practice Superstitious Rituals With Our Technology
How much do you know about the tech you use, and how much do you assume?
Why the Rumor That Facebook Is Listening to Your Conversations Won’t Die
Is my social network using my inbuilt mic to spy on me? No, but it sure does feel that way.
I Used Emoji Spellcasting to Prevent a Hangover
One emoji spell is used to destroy the capitalist state and usher in the era of gay space communism.
I Asked a Witch to Help Me With Social Media Overload
If the stars might offer an explanation for the state of the world, could they also suggest a means to help us cope with the cultural overload and the helplessness so many of us feel?
I Was Brainwashed by a Feminist Digital Cult Leader
Unicole is the leader of UNICULT, which she describes as a communal framework for promoting joy.
The Final Word on ‘The Phantom Pain’, a Video Game About Video Games
It's one of 2015's greatest commercial and critical hits. Leigh Alexander unpicks what makes Metal Gear Solid V work, and where it goes wrong.
Leigh Alexander’s Understanding Games
The Final Word on ‘The Phantom Pain,’ a Video Game About Video Games
It's one of 2015's greatest commercial and critical hits. Leigh Alexander unpicks what makes 'Metal Gear Solid V' work, and where it goes wrong.
Games We Played
‘Desert Golfing’ and Video Gaming’s Gradual March to the Other Side
You'd never want to actually golf in a desert, but Justin Smith's Desert Golfing is one of my most important game experiences of 2014.
VICE vs Video games
Working in Video Games This Year Was a Long, Brutal Slog
I've received some death threats—and some stalkers, no less obnoxious for their sophomoric tactics—because I have consistently asserted that games are for everyone.