Reddit’s Bizarre, Surreal, Maddening, Hypnotic, Divisive, and Possibly Evil April Fools’ Joke
Every New Software Service Should Bake Strong Security In From the Start
This Identity Suite Says It’s an All-in-One Cybersecurity Solution. Is That What We Need?
Why Scientists Need to Give Up on the Passive Voice
Virtual Reality Simulation Tries to Teach Cops When to Shoot
The Dark, Twisted Tale of How a DEA Agent Became a Paid Mole for Silk Road
Satellite Images Don’t LieWhat it’s like to be an archaeologist watching ISIS and other groups destroy important sites in the Middle East.
Amazon Is Doing Clandestine Drone Tests in Canada
Is This Thing On?The fierce debate over whether we should try to contact extraterrestrial life or wait for aliens to contact us.
Apple Watch Could Make You a Walking Weather Station
The HTML Tags the New York Times, CNN Use During Tragedies
Congressional Republicans Are Risking the Internet Economy
Reddit Users Should Be Very Worried About Changes to the Site
No ExitJacob Silverman’s Terms of Service and the Opt-In Culture of Social Media.
Every Police Department Needs to Have a Wikipedia Policy
Siberia’s Permafrost Is Exploding. Is Alaska’s Next?
Netizen Report: Two Bangladeshi Bloggers Assassinated for Critical Speech
What Have You Learned, Target?We still have no idea how to make companies take data breaches seriously.
Make a Game Out of LearningBut don’t gamify it.
A Year Later, Americans Have Forgotten About Heartbleed
Play Pac-Man in Google Maps Right Now. Go.
Our Data, Our Health. A Future Tense Event Recap.
Of Daisies and the Robot ApocalypseLegendary scientist James Lovelock contemplates humanity’s future and SimEarth.
FCC Finally Releases (Heavily Redacted) Manual for Controversial Surveillance Device
Instapaper Joins the Slow Creep of Speed Reading
Giant Leap: The Race to Mars and Back—a Future Tense Event
Netizen Report: Are France’s Human Rights Commitments Crumbling Post-Charlie?
Grandma Got HackedThe very old will be the guinea pigs of the Internet of Things.
Ugh, This Awesome Augmented Reality Video Is Probably Fake
Your Right to Take Your Phone Number to a New Carrier Is in Jeopardy