The Man Who Helped Design a 10,000-Year Nuclear Waste Site Marker
Astro-artist Jon Lomberg, a longtime friend and colleague of Carl Sagan, on protecting future humans from America’s atomic past.
How to Build Your Own Time Capsule
With a little data-driven forethought—potentially also some light biohacking—your ark might just transcend time.
Facebook Promises Not to Secretly Delete More of Zuckerberg's Messages For Now
People will soon be able to get rid of their old Facebook messages, the company announced.
I Tried Astral Projection in a Flotation Tank and All I Got Was a Text Message
Of course I'm going back.
What Happens When You Let Your Phone Take You on a Bar Crawl
A London nightlife website recently launched a “concierge” messaging service that responds to texts at any hour with bar recommendations. I tested it out on a quiet Tuesday night.
'Ricochet', the Messenger That Beats Metadata, Passes Security Audit
Ricochet is one of the few encrypted chat programs that tackles the problem of metadata head on.
Encrypted Messaging App Telegram Leaks Usage Data
All it takes is a third party app and a target’s phone number to track a user.
Is It Weird to Still Use White Emojis?
The idea of actively selecting a white emoji over the new default, cartoon yellow versions seems weird.
Dada Life Fans Prove They're the Best in the World After Olle Announces He Has Cancer
Here are some of their most heartwarming and/or ridiculous responses to the news.