Deloy Oberlin didn't know how much time his wife had left, but he knew he wanted to spend their final days fulfilling her last wish.
The MIT Media Lab's "Collective Debate" interactive first figures out what your moral standards are and then has a reasoned argument with you.
The glory that you are currently beholding is one of the largest vintage child car seat collections in the world. Trust us, this is way more interesting than it sounds.
The line between truth and lies is becoming ever murkier. There's even a new word for a very different form of lying.
A 3-year-old football program has found its brand: the team that counts a salvaged block of wood as its inspiration.
An evening with the "authentic-relating" movement, playing games designed to build intimacy
Twitter parties are a bizarre mix of product zealotry and social bonding.
The historian and political commentator shares the productivity secrets of former US presidents — plus a few of her own.
As the Alexas and Siris of the world proliferate, it’s only a matter of time before we all have personal AI assistants to tend to our every whim. But as AI gets smarter, our roles will reverse, and we will inevitably start working for AI instead of it working for us.
In conversations I’ve had with black male "Dragon Ball Z" fans, I've heard how the show lured them in with over the top fights, and how, as adults, they realize it also helped them mature emotionally.
Men who plead ignorance in the face of accusations of harassment are deliberately hiding behind the cultural stereotype that men are idiots.
One tweet turned Collin Andrew Yost into a joke. Could he survive it?
Stephen Colbert is proving that a late-night host's new responsibility is to do what a president used to do: steady a reeling nation.
How did Andrew Anglin go from being an antiracist vegan to the alt-right’s most vicious troll and propagandist — and how might he be stopped?
At minimum, a "good" apology ideally communicates two things: that the perpetrator gets it — he understands the full scope of what he did and how he hurt people — and that he means it — that is, he's not just saying whatever he thinks will make the consequences of his actions go away.
How one online search group is working to connect adoptees with their origins.
All of this is weirdly accurate and it *still* doesn't even mention the "too hot, too cold" paradox.
It is dumb to keep forcing images into every story online.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
What if, instead of a human producer, a machine-learning algorithm had been tasked with analyzing Netflix consumer data and generating an idea for a new TV show?
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