Media

Silicon Valley

Everyone Is Incredibly Angry at This Silicon Valley Exec's Daily Routine

Business Insider documented the boring and healthy life of a San Franciscan and the internet lost its damn mind.
Harry Cheadle
10.19.18
Canadian Cannabis Legalization

Canada Legalized Weed and the Media Had a Field Day

Everything in the media from earnest rolling instructions to “C-Day” to whether or not a politician will “blaze that good good dank sticky icky.”
Mack Lamoureux
10.17.18
Media

I Sent Fake Versions of Myself on TV and Everyone Fell for It

I'm no good at doing press for my shed story, so I thought it might be fun to get some other people to do it instead.
Oobah Butler
Jake Lewis
10.17.18
VICELAND

What You Should Know About the Mysterious Trump 'Elevator Tape'

No one knows if it exists, but everyone wants to see it.
VICE Staff
10.15.18
Views My Own

Climate Change Edgelords Are the New Climate Change Deniers

People who get off on being wet blankets about the coming climate apocalypse are as bad for the cause as skeptics, if not worse.
Mike Pearl
10.10.18
Views My Own

Donald Trump Is Now America's Worst Newspaper Columnist

His 'USA Today' op-ed about healthcare is full of bizarre falsehoods.
Harry Cheadle
10.10.18
Views My Own

Men Are Defending Brett Kavanaugh Because They're Afraid

Why male emotions are running so high.
Eve Peyser
9.26.18
House Party

Election Nerds Should Be Obsessing Over the 'New York Times' Live Polls

They give us a window into the most important elections of the year.
Robert Wheel
9.19.18
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
Views My Own

Do Media Companies Report Too Much on Mass Shooters?

Sound, iterative journalism can keep rumor-mongering at bay—unless it feeds a "contagion" effect of violence.
Krishna Andavolu
9.13.18
Views My Own

Seventeen Years Later, We Still Have No Idea What to Do on 9/11

Garfield the cat is staring at a painting of the American flag—what are you doing?
Harry Cheadle
9.11.18
Views My Own

There's a Lie at the Heart of Nike's New Kaepernick Ad

The tagline should be: "Believe in something. Even when the billionaires who control your fate take your dream away."
Harry Cheadle
9.6.18