Impossible Spin Robs Soccer Player of Goal
In a game between Eredivisie teams AZ Alkmaar and PEC Zwolle, Mats Seuntjens sent in a chip with so much spin that it bounced away from goal after touching the line.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Scooter Companies Have Two Weeks to Get Off the Streets of San Francisco
The City of San Francisco just gave scooter companies Bird, Spin, and Lime an ultimatum: Get off the street and apply for a permit, or else.
The Gig Economy Workers Who Power the Scooter Ridesharing Craze for a Pittance
People are hoarding electric scooters and going into other people's homes to retrieve them.
Disrupting the Commons: Dockless Bikes and Scooters Create Layers of Community Instability
San Francisco's electric scooters are disruptive to the communities where they are abandoned and, because they are constantly moving, the issues of abandonment and refuse cycle through neighborhoods.
San Francisco Is Fighting the Scooter Trend With Poop and Vandalism
After years of being a testbed for startups, San Francisco is fighting back by literally smearing shit on scooters.
Music Video Premieres
Tigers Jaw Stays at a Decaying Romantic Resort in Their Video for “June”
If ever there was a metaphor for love...
Marc Spitz, Music Journalist and Author, Dead at 47
He wrote for ‘Spin,’ ‘Rolling Stone,’ and ‘Salon’ as well as publishing ‘Twee: A History’ and ‘How Soon Is Never?’
Alex Robert Ross
Five ways Kellyanne Conway is a Jedi of spin
Researchers Use Brain Implant to Make Paralyzed Monkeys Walk
Getting these simians to walk was anything but monkey business.
Fire Breathers and Mosh Pits Spin into Dizzying Light Tunnels
Die Toten Hosen's video for "Weil Du Nur Einmal Lebst" takes extreme situations and sends them spinning on their axes.
This Flickering Shadow Installation Changes with the Wind
It's a soothing cocktail of shade in HC Gilje's latest take on rotating light, "Flimmer."
The Kung-Fu Move that Explains One of Quantum Physics' Strangest Properties
Spinors, yet another thing that should not be.