In 2014, #Girlboss became the young woman's career bible, with Sophia Amoruso its imperfect hero. Now, Amoruso is doubling down on career-focused feminism with a new media company. The only problem: Feminism has changed. A lot.
In case you haven’t perused what’s going on in trendy fast fashion lately, here’s a glimpse: Taking internet slang — often the sort popularized by black people — and turning it into sellable goods is so hot right now.
The "Dwarf Fortress" developer duo ensures the future of their centuries-long simulation development project by gifting the code to archivists in their will.
These days, the ubiquitous dessert, a single-serving warm chocolate cake with a runny chocolaty center, is most closely associated with kitschy Valentine's Day dinners and chains touting buy-one-get-one-free appetizer deals.
Their audience didn't understand them. Their label didn't want to talk to them. Not to worry: For the Beastie Boys, it was a brand-new morning.
On the mid-century view of the future and the inevitable decline of utopian visions.
When you try to track down the owner of a long-defunct and almost forgotten race track in Central Texas, and numerous people tell you the person you’re after is actress Sandra Bullock, there are plenty of reasons not to believe them.
Years before Prince died of an overdose, his music provided a lifeline for Eva Tenuto.
A psychiatrist has some advice on how to work with difficult colleagues.
Except for your wedding and your funeral.
In a brief announcement, the publisher said that the Sledgehammer Games-developed Call of Duty: WWII will be more fully revealed during a livestream next Wednesday.
We've said it before and we'll say it again — ASADI is a wizard.
In 1997, Kevin Smith’s romantic comedy about a guy who falls in love with a lesbian quickly became a cult favorite — but it also pissed off a bunch of queer people.
It was an advertisement for AT&T in 1994, and people clicked on it like crazy.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Google image search is the bane of tattoo culture, Instagram inspires people to live in vans and Silicon Valley produces the most useless juicer.
As a bold new youth scene takes root in Paris, one French photographer captures his friends and fellow compatriots at their most intimate and most feral.
Rising sea level is transforming the coastline and causing iconic beaches to disappear.
He may be the butt of the joke, but this guy has a great attitude in addition to a great costume, and we'd like to commend him on both.
It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. Laurie Wolf is a leader in its gourmet revolution.
Just $3 will improve your dinner by a long shot.
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