A legend in his own right, the 74-year-old Californian not only revolutionized industrial production with the 3D printer, he created a brand new path for a new industry that is continually—and creatively—evolving.
An interview with Global Heritage Fund: the techies of cultural conservation.
"This was a time of wonder, imagination, and new optimism about the impact of personal computing."
Researcher Christian Flindt explains just how small computing can get.
Everyone’s got a theory on how it all ends. Kauffman paints his.
The philosopher-clown sits down with Alex Miller.
In the buildup to Julian Assange’s run for the Australian senate, VICE was invited to the Ecuadorian embassy in London for a rare in-person interview.
Barnaby Jack, who famously hacked ATMs and claimed to be able to hack pacemakers in order to kill patients remotely, was confirmed dead on Friday.
Now several sets of interns—normally the silent, oft-abused grunts of “glamor” industries like journalism and TV—are suing their employers. Could this wave of litigation convince companies to get rid of unpaid interns altogether?
The director tells me he has, among other things, "little conscious memory of how any of these pieces started to fit together."