Jack Nicholson interviewed at 73.
Wednesday, February 2
Tuesday, February 1
A trip to Râmnicu Vâlcea, a town of 120,000 where the primary (and lucrative) industry is Internet scams.
“I’m not the kind of guy who hears voices. But that night, as I passed the station, I heard a little voice coming from the back of my head…‘If you do it that way, if you use that algorithm, there will be a flaw. The game will be flawed. You will be able to crack the ticket. You will be able to plunder the lottery.’”
A year-long investigation of America’s coroners and medical examiners reveals a deeply flawed, deeply troubling system.
How a legally dubious FBI sting lured a pair of Russian hackers stateside.
How YouTube went from ubiquitous to profitable; and where it goes next.
Monday, January 31
On Sam Cooke, theme parties, and the importance of McDonald’s-related jingles when street performing.
A detailed account of the writer’s very brief stint as quarterback of the Detroit Lions. A participatory journalism classic.