Neil deGrasse Tyson is just making up dumb fantasy countries now
Neil, dude. Come on, man.
On Jun 30, 2016 by Jay Hathaway
Atheism has a Richard Dawkins problem
It's time for Internet atheists to downvote his bigoted views on Islam.
On Oct 13, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
Your opinion doesn’t matter
It’s not just about whether or not you have a voice—it’s how you use it.
On Sep 22, 2015 by Zan McQuade
The reboot is over—why I can’t get excited about the new ‘Fantastic Four’ movie
After Batman, Spider-Man, and James Bond got a clean slate, audiences are all rebooted out.
On Jan 31, 2015 by Alex Gabriel
This terrifying tweet about the Holocaust explains why the media is still ignoring the Boko Haram attacks
On Jan 30, 2015 by Marisa Kabas
The disturbing psychology behind racist attacks against Muslims
Why does the world keep conflating 'Muslim' with 'terrorist'?
On Jan 12, 2015 by Matthew Rozsa
When did plagiarism become journalism’s status quo?
Blame the 24 hour news cycle, sloppy reporting, or arrogance, plagiarism is worse than ever before in journalism.
On Oct 23, 2014 by Ed Cara
It’s time to stop making every scandal into a ‘gate’
What's in a meme? In the case of the "-gate" suffix, absolutely nothing.
On Oct 15, 2014 by Nico Lang
Diving into the Internet wormhole of conservative Christian porn
You might not know it, but there’s a parallel Internet, and it’s run by conservative Christians.
On Aug 1, 2014 by S.E. Smith
What’s a ‘meme’? Really hard to explain, that’s what
Pretty sure it has something to do with twerking.
On Jan 28, 2014 by Miles Klee
Misogynist trolls have turned Storify into a harassment tool
Melody Hensley wants to know the identity of the man who she claims is behind a two-year harassment campaign on Storify.
On Aug 16, 2013 by Kris Holt
A day in the office with Know Your Meme—the Web’s “Britannica”
Know Your Meme is the Internet’s mirror, showing people where they’ve been and where they’re going.
On Nov 30, 2012 by Kevin Morris