The "water protectors" fighting the NDPL project vow to stay in spite of legal pressures and frigid North Dakota temperatures.
"Everyone works with corruption."
In ‘Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest’ co-authors Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum discuss strategies for privacy protecting. Brunton recently spoke to Motherboard about some of these strategies.
The common assumption is that statewide recreational marijuana legalization would be a panacea to the environmental harm of massive illegal weed grows. The reality is not so straightforward.
The volcano scientist behind (and front and center of) Herzog’s new documentary on how science mixes with magic, and the beautiful danger of volcanoes.
What does it mean that elements of subversive cannabis culture have progressed to the point that we need slick board games like 'Zonk' to be social with our weed?
The Overview Effect is the motivational kick-in-the-butt we need to save humanity from extinction and journey beyond our home world.
‘Red Dwarf’ spans 11 seasons over 28 years. Each time it returns from stasis, I've moved on a little more.
It’s considered the “greatest construction project” ever. Four decades on, low oil and gas prices may finally put Canada’s plans for the Mackenzie Gas Project to rest.
“You can kiss and have sex with her. Her legs can be parted and you can feel her tender skin.”
Inside the AAA machine with Gears of War 4.
PubPeer users went from discussing papers to hunting down fraud—and have embroiled the site in the most important internet privacy case you've never heard of.
Water that’s 72 degrees Fahrenheit would be pleasant just about anywhere, let alone in the Arctic Circle.
The tricky balance of diesel and renewable energy in the far north.
“Up here we can go to the 95th percentile, the worst conditions.”
The island upon which Fort Simpson rests has always been in flux, but climate change has tweaked the balanced system.
The whole process was disappointingly anti-climactic.
Spacious.hk capitalizes on the Chinese cultural fear of living in haunted spaces. And business is booming.
Pulling the curtain back on Google, which commands more of our data than any other tech company
Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey wants to give other artists a chance to go into business.
Pharmaceutical companies might not have to actively oppose cannabis legalization to cause problems for the marijuana movement.
New analysis of Barış Pehlivan's computer finds a very rare, targeted malware called Ahtapot. It only gets stranger from there.
In his new documentary "Lo And Behold," Werner Herzog explores the cave of never-forgotten dreams.