memories

The Truth and Lies Issue

Instagram and Snapchat Are Ruining Our Memories

Documenting our lives for Snapchat and Instagram can decrease the likelihood of retaining those moments as a significant memory.
Eda Yu
4.2.19
Comics!

'Antique,' Today's Comic by Weronika Banasińska

An old woman looks for a very specific antique in this pretty construction paper collage comic.
Weronika Banasińska
2.13.19
Comics!

'On Memory,' Today's Comic by Adam Desouza

How do you remember your memories?
Adam Desouza
1.24.19
Sex

People Told Us the Worst Things They Did in a Cab

Cue your painful New Year's Eve flashbacks.
Tiffy Thompson
1.3.18
Television

Private Memories Don't Exist in This New 'Black Mirror' Teaser

The "Crocodile" trailer is the latest look at what horrors are to come in the upcoming fourth season.
VICE Staff
11.27.17
Interviews

Metric's Emily Haines Frees Her Ghosts

Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton returns 11 years after her debut with 'Choir of the Mind,' reconciling with her own memories and stories.
Sarah MacDonald
9.12.17
Teleportation

Does My Body Die If My Brain Teleports From Mars?

A toggle switch allows me to decide whether the ‘old me’ on Mars is preserved or destroyed after I teleport back home.
Charlie Huenemann
8.2.17
Comics!

'Susan at the Museum,' Today's Comic by Julian Glander

Susan is blown away by a piece of conceptual art that reminds her of summertime with her family.
Julian Glander
7.26.17
digital design

Bodies Disintegrate in Photographic Representations of Memories

Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata ponders the disintegration of memory in her incredibly realistic photographs.
Diana Shi
7.16.17
Eternal Sunshine

Scientists Used Light to Enhance Memories in Mice While They Slept

When it comes to the role of sleep in memory formation, it’s all about the timing.
Daniel Oberhaus
7.13.17
mental health

Facebook’s ‘On This Day’ Brings Bad Memories Back to Life

Social media can be a painful abyss of a purposely discarded past.
Liz Lazzara
7.12.17
Mind Games

90s Nostalgia Is a Band-Aid for Our Misery

But there's something about this revival that feels, well, familiar.
Eric Spitznagel
6.28.17
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