new york times

blockchains

The World’s Oldest Blockchain Has Been Hiding in the New York Times Since 1995

This really gives a new meaning to the “paper of record."
Daniel Oberhaus
8.27.18
incels

‘Redistributing Sex’ Is a Toxic Conversation About Toxic People

Ross Douthat and 'The New York Times' has amplified the harmful incel mentality.
Samantha Cole
5.3.18
What Is the iPhone?

The Secret History of This Chocolate Chip Cookie

"Sent from my iPhone (actually Steve's)"
David Gallagher
6.29.17
humans of the year

Hacker Runa Sandvik Went From Hijacking a Smart Rifle to Securing The NYT

The director of information security for the newsroom is making journalists more secure against a world of increasing digital threats.
Joseph Cox
3.27.17
Culture

Meet the Last of the Machinists Who Keep the 'New York Times' Running

Printing presses break, a lot. In the first episode of "State of Repair," Motherboard visits the people who fix them.
Jason Koebler
12.6.16
Interview

Who Said It: Trump or a Bot?

This is harder than it sounds.
Jordan Pearson
7.22.16
Gaming

How Dungeons & Dragons' Popularity Grew Out of Fear

You'll love the hairdos.
Leif Johnson
4.17.16
2016

2016 Will Be the Year of Reading, Not Mindless Clicking

It's time to think about 1000 loyalists over 100 million absent-minded clickers.
Emanuel Maiberg
1.4.16
short circuit

Why The 'New York Times' Is Giving Google Cardboard to Subscribers

Nicholas Deleon
10.20.15
short circuit

Amazon Tries to Discredit Ex-Employees Who Said Working at Amazon Sucks

Amazon wonders aloud whether the ex-employee had an "axe to grind."
Clinton Nguyen
10.19.15
News

Oliver Sacks Humanized His and Others' Diseases, Is Dead at 82

The neurologist detailed the final months of his life in heartbreaking essays for the 'New York Times.'
Jason Koebler
8.30.15
News

Teens to Netflix: We Already Like You, Stop Trying So Hard

Netflix recently picked up a chunk of programming aimed to appeal to their younger viewers.
Kaleigh Rogers
8.26.15