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Art

Net Art Strikes Back at the London Art Fair

Even Brexit can't stop the 'net.
Catherine Chapman
1.19.17
Internet

Study: 100% of Websites in These Two Top-Level Domains Are 'Shady'

All those .zip and .review links are probably spam or malware, according to security firm Blue Coat.
Kari Paul
9.1.15
tech

Evan Roth Is Using Ghost Hunting Gear to Make Us Analyze How We Use the Internet

He believes that a slew of massive corporations have boiled things down to one click, thereby taking away our power.
Alan Weedon
7.1.15
Design

What's the Best Internet Art Website of the Year? You Decide.

From giant illuminated nets to interactive trips on the NYC subway, check out the 19th Annual Webby Awards' Best Websites: NetArt nominees.
Beckett Mufson
4.7.15
Art

Today's Best Use of a Carrot

Up your carrot game by learning to carve this culinary masterpiece.
The Creators Project
2.23.15
Motherboard Blog

GIF Your Own Adventure: Gifmelter

Like oil on canvas, 'Gifmelter' puts GIFs through a Javascript renderer to create awesome visuals.
Daniel Stuckey
2.24.13
Motherboard Blog

Netflix Is Holding ISPs Hostage over HD Streaming

Netflix just gave net neutrality the middle finger.
ALEC LIU
1.17.13
Motherboard Blog

Egypt Loves Internet Porn, But Just Banned It

Backed by "Pure Net," a Salafist Muslim grassroots organization, conservative Egyptian public-prosecutor Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud has decided it's time to finally "enforce":http://transitions.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/11/12/egypts_ominous_attack_on_porn...
Daniel Stuckey
11.14.12
Sports

Pat Burns’s Perfect Career Not Good Enough, Apparently

Thank you very much, pink faces of the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee. I had one chance to enjoy a boring thing, and you wrecked it.
Matt LaForge
6.27.12
video

Motherboard TV: Ultra-Orthodox Internet

h3. A Day at the Anti-Web Rally In the future, the great Internet rally of 2012 might be seen as the prescient start of a global movement to grapple with the impact of this amazing and beguiling series of tubes: addiction, distraction, stupidity...
ALEX PASTERNACK
6.6.12
Motherboard Blog

What Does the Internet Look Like?

In 2007, _Popular Science_ broke important ground in Internet visualization theory—an ongoing effort to describe what happens behind our computer screens, or, more accurately, beyond them, inside Ethernet cables and satellites lying around in the upper...
Christine Smallwood
4.3.12