Multimedia | Dec 12, 2013
Making a "best" games list is boring -- and everybody's doing it -- so why not list the games that inspired the most thought, the most empathy, or the strongest emotional response? By Emily Eifler
Multimedia | Nov 16, 2013
Evoking the bygone era of analog pixel snow, that harsh black and white fuzz of a lost channel, Sassoon is creating his own grainy pixel weather using computer-generated moire patterns. By Emily Eifler
Pop Culture | Nov 12, 2013
Classic monsters and classic game play get an update with a gorgeously retro style and the rare appearance of a female lead. By Emily Eifler
Art School | Oct 29, 2013
Meet the creators of a new storytelling platform called Zeega and learn how to make your own interactive video.
Multimedia | Oct 23, 2013
The quintessential Internet artist, McKelvie makes gifs that dissolve and remake themselves, visually recycling as their form morphs. By Emily Eifler
Pop Culture | Oct 23, 2013
The events of 50 years ago unfold in tweets today. By Michele Carlson
Pop Culture | Oct 20, 2013
San Francisco tech guru Merlin Mann and Seattle-based musician John Roderick resurrect the lost art of telephone banter, turning a weekly Skype call into the podcast Roderick on the Line. By Adrienne Blaine
Pop Culture | Oct 16, 2013
Written in the style of a community radio broadcast, and produced like an old-fashioned radio serial, Welcome to Night Vale is a show about the strange goings on in a small desert town -- and is wonderfully at odds with our eyeball-centric culture. By Emily Eifler
Pop Culture | Oct 07, 2013
A subjective list of the most bummer artworks currently available on Amazon Art. By Kristin Farr
Pop Culture | Oct 07, 2013
Five things to ponder about making fine art one-click closer to millions of Amazon shoppers. By Michele Carlson
Digital Life : NPR
Already, researcher Stuart Russell says, sentry robots in South Korea "can spot and track a human being for a distance of 2 miles — and can very accurately kill that person."
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Stuart Russell, an artificial intelligence researcher, and the force behind the open letter that warns about the dangers of autonomous weapons.
A different Twitter greeted some users when they logged on Tuesday as the social media company tries to win more hearts — and users.
Some say selfies are a mark of our narcissistic culture. But what about a little photoshopping? Is this further evidence of our vanity — or a platform for our personal brand and self-expression?
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