communication

porn

How to Talk About Sex with a New Partner, According to Porn Stars

Communication is key.
Mark Hay
12.6.18
tech

Memes Have Finally Made It to the Museum

Inside the boyfriend-distracting, Doge-approved KnowYourMeme gallery exhibit, which traces the evolution of "Two Decades of Memes."
Luke Winkie
9.17.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

How to Build Your Own Time Capsule

With a little data-driven forethought—potentially also some light biohacking—your ark might just transcend time.
Brian Anderson
4.19.18
relationships

How to Get Back Together with Your Ex

According to experts.
Anna Goldfarb
1.9.18
psychedelics

Why It Feels Like You Can Communicate with Nature on LSD

"There is no evidence that communion with entities during psychedelic experiences is not an illusion."
Mattha Busby
11.29.17
friendship

How to Handle Being Ghosted by a Friend

According to experts.
Anna Goldfarb
11.21.17
Art

[Premiere] Chromatic CGI Artwork Interrogates Empathy in the Digital Age

In Issue #16 of FELT Zine, Nicole Ruggiero explores the Internet's effect on our emotions.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.7.17
Internet

Experience Enron's Everyday Evil with a 500,000+ Email Experiment

One of the most notorious corporate scandals in American history comes to your inbox in Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne's project, 'The Good Life.'
Azura Wannmann
1.4.17
Art

Communicating Through Art in a Post-Language Era

Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic is fighting the speed of culture with art that requires patience.
Lars Bengston
11.19.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's What Elizabeth Warren Says Democrats Can Do to Fight Back

The Massachusetts senator and Clinton ally said she'll work with the president-elect, but will not back down on "issues about treating every single human being in this country with dignity."
Lauren Messman
11.11.16
Life Inside

How a Phone Changed My Life on Death Row

I felt like a virgin on my wedding night—eager to put this thing to use, not sure if it'll hurt.
George Wilkerson
10.7.16
Film

'Arrival' Is Sci-Fi at Its Smartest and Weirdest

Denis Villeneuve's much-anticipated film, now making the festival rounds, is big on capital "I" ideas and doesn't need show-offy effects to grab you.
Brandon Harris
9.14.16
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