This 'Stranger Things' and Chernobyl Crossover Conspiracy Might Be Real
But we really, really hope it isn't.
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" Is Still the Biggest, Best Holiday Song
A study by 'The Economist' says that Mariah Carey's classic rules Christmas streaming. It never left our hearts.
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em
Despite All My Rage I Am Still Just AI In a Cage
What happens when two AIs fight, Thunderdome-style?
An Udderly Ice Cold Look at What Milk Means in Movies
The most fascinating four minutes you've ever spent thinking about cow's nectar—I guarantee it.
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Investigating the Theory That Drake and Rihanna’s Collaborations Are Part of One Big Concept
In many ways, Drake and Rihanna have created a musical tetralogy: a four-track mini-concept album which treads the narrative of someone seeking everlasting love.
A Kinetic Installation Is Materializing Parallel Universes
Installation artists visualize Boris Chimp 504 and Alma D’ Arame, visualize quantum theory in an kinetic interactive sculpture.
Misbehaving Materials Ooze and Decay in a Gallery in Berlin
Curator Melanie Buehler explains her interest in the circulation of objects and ideas.
Hold On, Is Donald Trump Actually a PC Music Project That's Gotten Way Out of Hand?
Listen to the newly released "Trump Jam" and we're sure you'll agree.
So What Is Post-Internet Music, Anyway?
Ahead of the London Contemporary Music Festival, we spoke to artists, composers, and theorists about what constitutes post-internet art.
All in Your Head
We're Scared of Robots Because We're Scared of Humans
Fear can't hide forever.
The Math That Shows How Fewer Roads Can Lead to Less Traffic Congestion
Meet the Braess paradox.
Rock Climbing, Jet Planes, and the Delicate Art of Technological Redundancy
Why systems fail in unanticipated ways.