I Cut the 'Big Five' Tech Giants From My Life.
It was Hell.
It was Hell.
When IP mapping goes awry dozens of strangers show up to the same home again and again looking for their stolen gear.
Monika Glennon had one brief exchange with a complete stranger in a Facebook comment section. That stranger destroyed her life.
Once I made my home smart, what would it learn and whom would it tell?
There are just a handful of people using iron lungs in the U.S. And the machines they rely on to live are wearing out.
The untold story of Napoleon Hill, who practically invented the self-help scam through his 1937 book Think and Grow Rich.
The racist foundation of Oregon.
Uncovering the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin.
Under the cover of curing addicts, they beat and brainwashed their charges in basements across California. When a cult deprogrammer crossed them, he found a rattlesnake in his mailbox.
Why is an anti-virus software giant in the Belizean jungle surrounded by gang members?
“If you think cam girls—those flirty naked characters that plague porn site pop-up ads—are raking in easy money, you’re right. If you think cam girls are bleakly stripping online out of desperation, you’re also right.”
The autopsy of a once-dominant site.
On the popular iPhone app.
Just the day before, President Barack Obama had signed on and begun sending out photos. This seemed like a real sign that Instagram had arrived. Obama already has accounts on Flickr and Facebook. He (or his people) must have seen something unique and wonderful in Instagram's audience, some way to reach people via that channel that it couldn't through others. When the President joins your network, it's news. And while it's great news, it can be the kind of thing a company isn't prepared for. But as it turns out, Obama is a fractional compared to Justin Bieber.