Articles tagged "interview"
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."
Chris Cole reckons that the "Help for Heroes culture" is denying us a full public discussion about the ramifications of British drone use.
After I stopped freaking out about how security is an illusion and no one is safe from people like Ghost, he explained to me how he operates in this crazily intrusive line of work.
“I was trying to make a big piece of satire that would be comfort food in light of the terrorist threat. That's what the film is intended to be for people."
In 1953 Henry Molaison, a sufferer of severe epilepsy, underwent experimental brain surgery that saved his life and robbed him of it at the same time.
If Michael Moore is obsessed with outrage, and Herzog is obsessed with dreams, Gibney is a master of moments.
"Even though I'm a candidate for the Pirate Party, I'm not actually a member."
The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
His newly-translated novel envisions a Japan wrecked by complete economic collapse, abandoned by the international community, and on the cusp of being invaded by North Korea
Talking to the "media inventor" about content, containers, and things that are not on the Internet.
The founder of Bitcoin ATM wastes no time on a bitcoin-paved information superhighway.
Talking with director Eva Orner about Afghanistan's television revolution.
Within a couple of generations, competing with the Chinese on an intellectual level will be like drinking a shot every time Lena Dunham gets naked on 'Girls' – not a good idea.
All the cool cats in the 90s had one of these things.
When you think of people who urge humanity to go to the stars, you tend to think of cheery icons like Carl Sagan. But Newt Gingrich had to get his bold ideas about space exploration from someone.
William Shatner is a fun interview subject and he is not a bad interviewer either.