A conversation with former journalist Julian Dibbell about his game-changing article and the internet 20 years later.
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How tracking down one of Hollywood’s most-used sound effects led me to ‘The Revenant,’ a sound-effects industry cabal, and a cold case.
Faced with 25 years in prison for defacing the LA Times’ website, Matthew Keys talked to The Daily Beast about his trial—and the future.
Matthew Keys won’t do 25 years for defacing the LA Times website, but computer crime laws are outdated as hell.
In an ideal world, the Internet would be a place of inclusivity and democracy. Instead, it’s just the opposite.
Pigeon racing used to be wildly popular, with 10,000 birds participating in a race. Today, Brooklyn breeder James Muir says he’s the last man standing.
A new study associates Goth teens with higher rates of depression and self-harm. But what does the community itself have to say?
A groundbreaking mechanical suit is helping people with disabilities to stand, walk, and carry objects.