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Articles tagged "interview"
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.
On Thursday, the Swedish High Courts ended the practice of forced sterilization, allowing transgendered people to have children. What about those who have already been sterilised against their will? though?
“I used to be a nobody,” says a voice. “Until I discovered the internet.”
Kazemi programmed a bot to buy himself totally random media off of Amazon every month.
For $543.09, Mike Doughty will record a one-of-a-kind song just for you. Here, he explains why.
In 1961, psychologist Stanley Milgram began an experiment that left humanity with one of the most dismal and damning self-portraits we've ever seen.
Deen says he just goes into his scenes and does the best job he can. Women just happen to like him.
Like a hip hop Woody Allen with a psychedelic drum machine.
The best film festival you'll see this year.
Art.sy is like Pandora, but for buying art.
You’ll have to watch the RZA’s directorial debut The Man With the Iron Fists to find out what exactly they are, but Noisey’s Ben Shapiro got enough out of the Wu-Tang brainforce to elicit a solid “oh really?”
Cole Stryker is a real name, but it belongs to a writer who has written two books in as many years that investigate the ways that people push culture forward — or in some cases, backward — under the cloak of fake names.
LeDoux assured me a little bit of drink was nothing that would get in the way of an interview, and so we chatted about what it’s like balancing science with being the front man of New York’s most famous band named for a part of the brain.
Naturally an interview was in order, with of course there was only one way to begin.