This Super Retro Website Is Running on a 30-Year-Old Mac
The Macintosh SE/30 might be ancient and underpowered by today's standards, but it can still serve up a website with a little elbow grease.
This Egg Is Bigger Than Before and That's All That Matters Right Now
BIGGER THAN BEFORE.
A DIY Programmer Made a New Game for the 50-Year-Old Apollo Guidance Computer
“The AGC wasn't just an important part [of Apollo]: it was the core of the entire ship, without which the entire program wouldn't have been possible.”
Rogue Cyclists Create Bike Lane Barriers With Toilet Plungers
The ‘Transformation Dept.’ installed toilet plungers as DIY bike lane barriers in New York City.
Facebook and Twitter Suck, So Here's How to Make Your Own Social Media Network
Artist and programmer Darius Kazemi has created a guide to running small social network sites.
A DIY Internet Network Has Drastically Expanded Its Coverage in NYC
With the installation of "Supernode 3," NYC Mesh now covers large swaths of both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The Open Source Project That Keeps Google's Hands Off Your Android Data
MicroG gives users control over what data is used, where, when, and how.
The PC of Your Dreams Might be Hiding in a Company’s Surplus Bin
The charm of buying old workstation hardware on the cheap to support your modern computing needs. If it doesn’t work for them, it might just work for you.
What Is a VESA Mount Adapter and Why Is Apple Charging $200 for It?
The VESA adapter for Apple’s new monitor will probably cost more than the stand you mount it to.
How To Make Your Own AirPods for $4
A 15-year-old made a working pair of DIY AirPods using an old pair of headphones and a soldering iron.
These 'Stargate' Fans Spent 10 Years and $60K Building a Replica of an Atlantis Gate
Les Enfants de Mac Gyver worked together to build a 19-foot replica of a gate from 'Stargate Atlantis.' And now, they’re building another one.
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Big Tech Doesn't Want You to Be Able To Fix Your Things
The VICE Guide to Right Now goes inside the right to repair movement.