It's Week 3 in the Summer Reading Challenge.
Beach, books, domestic fowl. An American Marriage opens Week Three of the Summer Reading Challenge. With novelist Laura van den Berg.
The past year has been bad—but what made it bad, more or less? To find out, we asked a group of writers and thinkers: What were the most important events of 2016, and what were the least?
An unbearable video about the “future of media”—complete with endless buzzwords and nonsense—is not, in fact, a joke.
Trailer for the new Werner Herzog documentary about the internet, Lo And Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, in which monks are found to tweet.
Google’s new “Art Camera” is set to travel the world, taking ultra-high-resolution “gigapixel” images to digitize a series of artworks.
Berklee pianist Tony Ann plays a medley of familiar ringtones.
When five million people share your name, your Google-ability is miserably low. Will this forever change naming?
We asked writers and thinkers to tell us: What were the most important events of 2015—and what were the least?
Social media makes it easy to virtually tour our neighbors’ homes—and really, their entire lives. The hard part: finding the clear divide between entertainment and cyberstalking.
How nostalgia works and why social media may destroy it altogether, or restore it to its original purpose.
Photos of poor, brown-skinned women, naked, in sexually suggestive poses, are flooding social-media networks.
Fotos de mujeres pobres, morenas, desnudas en posiciones sexualmente sugestivas están inundando las redes sociales en México.