There’s surprising strength in appearing to play along. Remember: Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. The post Handmaid’s Tale: Revolutions Start With Graffiti and Food appeared first on WIRED.
Got a friend who insists on using Signal—but is a total blabbermouth on social? Take heart. The post Mr. Know-It-All: How Do I Deal With My Friend the Encryption Hypocrite? appeared first on WIRED.
You wanted truly original genre fare? You got it. The post Trust Us, Missing This Oddball Monster Movie Would Be a Colossal Mistake appeared first on WIRED.
As millions of people flee conflict zones, thousands disappear—into new lives or into the sea. Social media can help locate the vanished and ID the dead. The post How Facebook Helps to Reveal the Fate of Missing Refugees appeared first on WIRED.
More specifically, it makes you an invasive species. The post Sorry, But if You’re Married, Browsing Tinder Totally Makes You a Snake appeared first on WIRED.
The online response to the soda company’s now-pulled marketing video was surprisingly refreshing. The post Pepsi’s Kendall Jenner Ad Was So Awful It Did the Impossible: It United the Internet appeared first on WIRED.
Polyamory has made a raging comeback in a surprising community—the STEM-first millennials of the tech industry. The post The Ins and Outs of Silicon Valley’s New Sexual Revolution appeared first on WIRED.
It might be a ‘Vampire Diaries’ spinoff on the CW, but it surprisingly—and consistently—explores America’s cultural dynamics. The post TV’s Best Political Show Might Just Be The Originals. Yeah, the One With the Vampires appeared first on WIRED.
Sci-fi masters Kim Stanley Robinson and John Scalzi release books this month. Here’s how they stack up. The post New York 2140 vs. The Collapsing Empire: Which New Sci-Fi Novel Is for You? appeared first on WIRED.
Why would I pay attention to your increasingly worrisome ideological leanings? I’m a TV! The post I Am Your Samsung Smart TV, and I Am Positively Not Spying On You appeared first on WIRED.