Where do dad jokes come from? 3 funny fathers explain
Everyone wants to get in on the pun.
On Jun 21, 2015 by Nathan Pensky
A word with @GuyInYourMFA, Twitter’s most insufferable writer
'I want every 24-year-old white man reading my work to see himself in my stories.'
On Jun 15, 2015 by Nathan Pensky
Everything you know about Facebook’s mood experiment is just the beginning
Does logging onto Facebook make you feel worse about yourself? You're not alone.
On Jul 10, 2014 by Nathan Pensky
Twitter bots and the new uncanny valley
Last week, two new “employees” debuted at Tokyo’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
On Jul 2, 2014 by Nathan Pensky
Race in the art world: The many faces of Joe Scanlan
The strange tale of an artist, his persona, and the blogger who satirized them. This is a story about race in the art world.
On Jun 20, 2014 by Nathan Pensky
To starve the trolls, Internet critics need a better debate
On the Internet, it's easy to confuse real criticism with trolling.
On Jun 16, 2014 by Nathan Pensky
Free speech means learning when to shut up
Real free speech can’t happen unless some people shut up.
On Jun 6, 2014 by Nathan Pensky
Should ‘real’ writers stay off Twitter?
What could Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, or any prolific writer of prose have to learn from a social network?
On Jun 2, 2014 by Nathan Pensky