We Should Replace Facebook With Personal Websites
Personal websites and email can replace most of what people like about Facebook—namely the urge to post about their lives online.
A Massive, Insane New Art Installation Is an IRL Version of the Internet's Dark Side
'Cellar Door' is a nightmarish, 50-room installation in the basement of an Austrian theater. An art project that turns the dark underbelly of internet culture into a physical installation, the 504-hour-long performance is not for the faint of heart.
How the Most Extreme Trips on Erowid Transformed Modern Drug Culture
How Erowid harnessed the communitarian spirit of the early web to change the way we use and understand drugs.
Screw You, Milk Companies: Milk.com Is One of the Last Bastions of the Old Internet
Dan Bornstein registered milk.com so he could have a personal email address. That's the same reason he's not giving the domain up.
The 'Kindergarten Clairvoyant' Behind Consciousness.com
Consciousness.com has the scoop on how to unlock your next levels of celestial awareness.
A Tour of the Long-Lost Internet Churches of the Web 1.0 Days
I revisited the sacred relics of the days when GeoCities pages roamed the land.
God In The Machine: An Interview With Computers Club Founder Krist Wood
An as-of-yet unparalleled window into the Gesamtkunstwerk of the enigmatic polymath.
The Tumblr Music Video Generator Will Give You A Sonic Seizure
Call it meme-zerizing
Hey Ben Ducroz, what the deal with video art?
We’re halfway though 2013 and it looks like this is shaping up to be the year of the video artist.