Why you can’t ignore them, no matter how hard you try.
Sia cowrote the song, so it’s not too surprising that she sounds incredible singing it herself.
One student’s accidental “reply all” on an archaic Listserv system led to the discovery that practically any NYU student could bombard nearly 40,000 other students with e-mail.
TV networks are letting Twitter users dictate programming — right now. Welcome to social TV.
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Just in case people didn’t already know that Google owns the historic Port Authority building. You know, and your soul.
Synthetic biology — the science fiction-like branch of genetic engineering — hopes to automate programs used to engineer organisms that could produce better drugs and cleaner fuels. But can open-source science really succeed?
I don’t know which is worse: the people waiting for Black Friday sales on Monday, or the people stopping to Instagram it.
By looking at it VERY closely.
Sarah L is dead-on with this wonderful Twitter bird graphic depicting the overwhelming amount of useless information and unfunny people. Still love you, Twitter.
The world’s largest social network isn’t for everyone, but it seems like every day there’s more stuff you just can’t do without Facebook. Sigh.
Against images of sunsets and stir-fry on Instagram, there are now pictures of the places where hundreds of people are being killed by drones. Another instance of Instagram being used to tell the stories most of us can’t see.
Buried beneath the mini-cupcakes and chunky sweaters is a burgeoning gadget community on Pinterest. Behold some of the very…strangest.
Amazon Web Services is the world’s largest hosting location, so even minor server issues make it feel like the entire Internet is breaking. But why?