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The Wedding Industry’s Pricey Little SecretThat widely used “average wedding cost” figure is grossly misleading. Here’s a much more accurate number.
Pocket ScienceA South Carolina startup has built the slimmest, most practical wallet you’ll find.
Why Robot?Automated journalism is no longer science fiction. It’s time to change what we call it.
I Stream, You StreamLive webcams were one of the Internet’s first big fads. Can Meerkat bring them back?
Is Snapchat Really Confusing, or Am I Just Old?A 32-year-old’s hopeless quest to understand America’s fastest-growing social app.
The Canadian Supreme Court, Unlike the United States’ Supreme Court, Understands That Sectarian Prayer Is Sectarian
The Comcast–Time Warner Merger Will Create a Cable and Internet Behemoth. Here’s What You Need to Know.
One of Monday’s Pulitzer Prize Winners Left Journalism Because It Couldn’t Pay His Rent. Now He’s in PR.
Mad Men Zinger of the Week: “The Forecast” Slate’s TV Club writers pick their favorite Mad Men lines of the episode.
If You Can’t Stop It, Hide It Twitter has a new plan to make its community less abusive—by siloing off abuse.
Dismissing Darwin Records show teachers and school board members conspiring to teach creationism in public school science class.
Golden Status The Warriors are the best team since Jordan’s Bulls. Why aren’t they respected as such?