We’ve seen Twitter freakouts before, but this is one for the books. The creator of Minecraft, Markus Persson, took to Twitter early Saturday with all sorts of torments and searching questions about his
“True art, when it happens to us, challenges the ‘I’ that we are.” I recently attended an event at which a celebrated public radio personality attempted to interview a celebrated artist. “Attempted,” he
I hate reading wine lists. Too many choices, too much pressure. I’d rather trust a good sommelier. The trick, of course, is finding that good sommelier. On a recent night out at Fleurie, in Charlottesville,
Colorful pee is easy to see From sophisticated imaging tools to cancer-sniffing dogs, researchers are constantly seeking better ways to detect disease, which could lead to earlier and more effective treatment.
This is a brilliant way to use the millions of free public domain images that are just sitting around. Researchers at the University of Washington and Google created more than 10,000 timelapse videos millions
Sally Mann has spent her career examining those things closest to her. Her subjects—captured in arrestingly candid, luminous black-and-white images—have included her own young children, facing down the
Loop Commerce, a company that has developed an alternative checkout technology for e-commerce sites that allows customers to more easily buy gifts for friends without having to worry with product details