Various game emulation sites are pulling down their software libraries, or ceasing to exist entirely, following a lawsuit filed by Nintendo against one of the largest of their kind. This is hardly tantamount to the erasure of all unauthorized copies of older video games from the internet, but it’s still gotten a lot of folks talking about the conundrum of ROMs—that is, the need to balance copyright protection with the preservation of history.
The festival defined noughties pop-punk and united America's outcasts — but as it shuts for ever, we ask: did it fail to champion diversity?
I didn't care: the more forbidden and foolish they seemed, the more I desperately wanted a pair.
Twenty years after "Follow the Leader," the band's mega-successful third album, the scourge that was nu metal looks a little different with hindsight. Lead singer Jonathan Davis and the band reflect on a controversial era of music history.
Over the weekend an opinion was published on the internet. A shocking development, I know. The opinion in question? Sandy Hingston's trend piece in Philadelphia Magazine, "How Millennials Killed Mayonnaise." Millennials on the internet, well, they disagree.
The recent feature-film imagining of the online phenomenon flopped at the box office, but there’s something about the scary viral campfire story that speaks to the way online mythology is impacting the real world
But it doesn't stop people from asking him the same questions. The actor talks about being a focal point for Asian-American representation and why nobody wanted him to do his new movie "Searching."
Optimists believe in good luck, pessimists in bad. But if it’s all a matter of perspective, does luck even exist?
Mobile games became such a welcome distraction from my life that, soon, I didn't have one.
In law school, they told me I wouldn't be able to read anymore. That the pleasure of the text, like a lover in a non-law degree, would slowly grow opaque to me.
A reconsideration of the last great blogging platform.
Peering into the secrets of Louisa May Alcott's real life sheds light on her treasured coming-of-age tale.
Remain forever hungry, or enjoy the tried-and-true? Sometimes, I learned, it’s okay to double down on the life you have.
Democrats are betting on a diversifying electorate to secure their party’s future, but the children of immigrants won’t willingly accept a deeply unequal society.
As nice as it would be to have that power, we can't choose who our friends date.
Pain and joy are two sides of the same coin — both are necessary for a fully lived life.
Feeling the need to tack a reaction on everything you see is stressful. But you don't have to do it.
Melanie Beckler says she has a special connection to heavenly beings. And with her help, you too can access the infinite wisdom of the archangels, all for a low monthly payment of $37.
The surge of millennials who chose to live on the road has more automakers investing in amenity-laden van models.
What to do when a snobby dining companion drops the dreaded 'You haven't had real pizza unless...' bomb.
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