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These People Are Livestreaming Their Own Living Rooms to Other Gamers

Social gaming is a big deal now. But in an age where we are becoming fiercely protective of our right to privacy, why would we choose to invite anonymous strangers into our living rooms?
Liam Butler
2.4.15
tech

Technology Is Making Us Stupid

In Nicholas Carr's the <i>Glass Cage</i>, the Pulitzer-shortlisted author makes a compelling argument on the way technology has failed us—from aircraft autopilot to GPS maps—and the perils of being forever trapped in the beam of our smartphones.
David Whelan
1.8.15
Music

Watch FKA Twigs Embrace Google Glass In Her New Short Film

Watch multiple versions of the multitalented singer-songwriter perform in this concept short film.
Emerson Rosenthal
10.20.14
Stuff

How Tony Abbott Won the 2016 Election

Given this is on the internet, I’m going to assume most of you are Lefties, and are sobbing over the fact that your unimaginable worst case scenario happened: Tony Abbott won a second term as Prime Minister.
Lee Zachariah
7.24.14
Here Be Dragons

Has Smart Tech Forgotten That It's Built for Humans?

The assumption of the tech industry is that <i>more</i> is self-evidently better—more data, more screens, more computing devices, more connections. The trouble is, most problems are pretty simple.
Martin Robbins
6.26.14
Stuff

We Watched New York's Sexiest Drug Princess Smoke Weird Shit

We watched a cam girl named CrackDoubt smoke a credit card, the Bible, and a college diploma to see if she could get high on life.
Mitchell Sunderland
6.25.14
News

The Week In GIFs

Another week, more GIFs. Here they are.
Rocco Castoro
5.17.14
tech

Can Oculus Save The Porn Industry?

The porn industry has been pretty ahead of the curve on virtual reality software.
Claire Porter
4.15.14
Stuff

Confessions of the Last Human Being Without a Cell Phone

I know, I’m supposed to be embarrassed. People are embarrassed for me.
Peter Brown Hoffmeister
4.4.14
Bad Cop Blotter

The Unknown Unknowns of the NSA

The revelations about America's most secretive intelligence agency keep coming: Today we found out that the NSA uses metadata and tracks the SIM cards of suspected terrorists' cellphones to locate targets for drone strikes.
Lucy Steigerwald
2.10.14
Art

Code Poetry Slam Gives An Artistic Voice To Computers

The winner used Google Glass to turn a computer into a digi-Shakespeare.
Zach Sokol
1.7.14
Design

Artist Explores The Relationship Between Wearable Technologies And Their Users

Do smart glasses, or similar products, really warp your perception?
Christine Huang
12.3.13
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