Is confidence in Moore’s Law dwindling? Is it dead already? Or did the concept actually exist prior to Gordon Moore’s coined theory and has continually evolved over time as it will continue to do long
It’s that time of year again, folks, when list posts reign supreme and reflective 2014 musings clog your feeds. Although this post meets that description, rest assured it will provide at least one thing
Palm Springs thrives as a getaway, but lately an influx of people visiting through home-sharing services has some people... Sited in a remote Canadian forest, a luxurious cabin rental embraces indoor-outdoor
Instagram user Maksim Zavialov takes pictures of pictures in an interesting juxtaposition of photography techniques. The resident of Khabarovsk, Russia, first captures a scene with Polaroid instant film
From science explainers to exploding spice bags to a David Lynch-directed nail polish commercial, these were the best videos made in 2014. In the breakneck pace of digital culture today, our attention
Whether he’s shooting Half Dome at Yosemite National Park or Skogafoss waterfall in Iceland, photographer Chris Burkard always finds a way to make us step back and appreciate the awe-struck beauty of world.
While at first glance you think you’re seeing ordinary paintings of animals on canvas, look a little closer and you’ll notice that the canvases are actually naked human beings. Shannon Holt is a body based