‘Twitter and Tear Gas’ Looks at How Protest Is Fueled and Crushed by the Internet
The new book from Zeynep Tufekci looks at how the web has helped demonstrations take off around the globe, but also made them harder to sustain.
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Sean Spicer Still Thinks Trump's Inauguration Was the 'Largest Watched' Ever
Trump's press secretary defended his widely criticized claims about the inauguration at his first White House press briefing, telling the media that "sometimes we can disagree with the facts."
French Cops Are Stoking Fan Violence at Euro 2016
Weirdly, throwing loads of teargas around doesn't calm things down.
Two Decades in Brooklyn by Hiroyuki Ito
Hiroyuki Ito captures everything from Koko the Killer Clown at Coney Island to anonymous morning commuters on the Q train in his new photobook, 'Brooklyn.'
This Algorithm Could Show When the Next Genocide Is About to Happen
Called Umati, or “crowd” in Swahili, the program monitors dangerous speech on Twitter and Facebook.
Lower Your Expectations with These Crappy New Year's Eve Stories
Other than perhaps the day after your birthday, there is no other date that is as consistently shitty and depressing as December 31.
Why You Can't Escape Crowds at the Louvre
Regardless of how long they spent in the museum, everyone ends up in the same places.
Science Is Finally Stepping Up to Keep You from Getting Squashed at Festivals
PhD candidate Dorine Duiven is researching crowd behavior to keep your summer disaster-free.
The Dangers of Waiting in Line
Waiting in line is part of life. Hell, what is life but a giant, snaking line, at the end of which we all depart this mortal coil for sweet respit behind the doors to eternity--I guess that's why the Apple Store looks like heaven. Jesus, come to think...
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