Jace Connors is infamous on the internet for threatening a female game developer. Now the man who created the Connors character says he himself is afraid for his safety.
Two years ago, Vice pledged to get to the bottom of a disastrous journalistic mistake. It never did, and blame for the snafu has trailed a veteran war photographer into some of the most dangerous places in the world.
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The latest bullshit “sports are rigged” Twitter phenomenon is as fake as the rest.
Airpnp is the worst-designed app I’ve ever used. It’s also the most profound.
The publishing industry’s uneasy embrace of Netflix-style analytics.
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The simple punctuation mark that speaks a thousand words.
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The Mind4 Kickstarter seeks funding for a smart drone to “follow any subject precisely”.
A crazy theory that just might explain the incendiary movement.
Once a way to widen our romantic circles, online dating is turning to more familiar faces.
This Google data proves it.
It’s called Beam Messenger, and it lets you see everything the other person is typing.