Avatars and “Ellie”: The future of Web therapy is now
In the last five years or so, online treatment has become more accepted, as people look for a way to fit counseling into their lives.
The first rule of Sloth Punch Club: You have to earn the URL
Dallas copywriter Matt Bull is giving away the URL to whomever comes up with the best idea for the site.
A convo with the creator of “Convos With My 2-Year-Old”
In Matthew Clarke's breakout YouTube series, his 2-year-old daughter is played by a full-grown man.
Ai Weiwei and the power (chords) of the virtual protester
The Chinese dissident artist's new metal album turns protest into poetry.
Bun B adds trill to the grill with his new food blog
You Gotta Eat This includes user-submitted recipes and photos, restaurant and dish recommendations, and more.
Andrew W.K. is drumming till he pukes in Times Square
Andrew W.K. is playing drums in a New York City Oakley store, attempting to set the world record for “Longest Drum Solo in a Retail Store” by playing for 24 hours.
Is this the most meta rap video ever?
Swedish rapper Yung Lean has released a video for the first single off his forthcoming mixtape.
In search of “Yeezus”
On Friday night, we set out as a city to find Yeezus, following a white van around Dallas to pre-chosen locations the Internet told us would host his image.
University expels student for being gay, bills her for scholarship money
A petition to support Danielle Powell has received 36,000 signatures and support from rapper Macklemore.
Australian chief of Army drops the mic on sexism in the ranks
“The standard you walk past is the standard you accept.”
Peder Norrby turned Apple Maps glitches into psychedelic art
How one Flickr album is capturing fleeting glitch art before technology catches up to itself.
Drawing the line in the debate over rape jokes
The crux of this issue is not banning certain jokes or policing thoughts. If you are going to tell a joke about rape, advance the conversation.
NSA’s CryptoKids recruits the totally “kewl” spies of tomorrow
This is the NSA’s website for attracting potential “cryptokids,” and it looks like it’s already been hacked.
The Lord be with y’all: Texas gets its own Bible
Install this Chrome extension to solve the Bible's second-person plural problem.