The Company That Waited Decades for the Touchscreen Revolution
How the stylus-controlled graphics tablet, most notably produced by Japanese firm Wacom, helped shape our multitouch-friendly world—even if that shaping took a little while.
The Life of the Skin-Hungry: Can You Go Crazy from a Lack Of Touch?
As we live in an increasingly technology-focussed, socially disconnected world, we're touching each other much less than before. But what does an absence of touch do to a person?
Lustmord’s Album of Space Recordings Is a Reminder of Your Insignificance
After 25 years of working on the record, the Los Angeles-based composer talks ‘Dark Matter,’ his new release made of samples of pulsars and other sounds from the vacuum of space.
Politics, Privilege, and Crying to Podcasts: I Went on a First Date with MOTHXR's Penn Badgley
He spent five years in 'Gossip Girl' and now Badgley's recalibrated with his band MOTHXR. On this date we talked about the deep stuff, because fluffy is so whatever.