He’s got millions of followers on Vine. He’s got sponsors paying him tens of thousands to promote their products. He’s got a vanity license plate that says “AYYYYYYY.” It’s not enough.
Thursday, July 30
What the internet looks like to someone who spent the past six years in an Iranian prison.
Friday, July 24
Meet Ben Discoe, a programmer who did it from October 2011 to November 2012.
Right now, never-ending technological progress feels inevitable. It isn’t. And that’s a good thing. A talk on the future of the internet.
Wednesday, July 22
The men who are trying to find out if wireless carjacking is possible.
Wednesday, July 8
Two successful tech geeks slip into organized crime.
Sunday, July 5
Hanging out with a new celebrity class: the teen kings and queens of social media.
Sunday, June 28
If jobs as we’ve known them for a century are going away, what will replace them?
Thursday, June 25
A murder case in Mississippi catches the eye of amateur sleuths on Facebook, who proceed to harass everyone involved in the case.
Saturday, June 13
On the man who has turned the grunt work of packing into a social media phenomenon.
Thursday, June 11
On the service’s multiple origin stories.Excerpted from Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal.