A Good Place: The happy accident of mistakenly logging onto gail.com
Gail knows you were trying to go to gmail but typed “gail.com” instead, and she’s fine with it.
Lexus is betting big on millennials somehow having money
The Lexus UX is a rich old person’s idea of what a rich young person wants to drive.
A Good Place: The website where lists are No. 1
DigitalDreamDoor.com ranks and categorizes music in more ways than you could possibly imagine.
A Good Place: The comforting allure of a bad photo
The Twitter account Uninteresting Photographs is soothing in its banality.
If PornHub wants to support a cause, start with sex worker rights
The site frequently attaches itself to causes of the day while taking advantage of the people who make its site possible.
What I wouldn’t do for a good night’s sleep
The CBD backlash has already begun, but at least one product aimed at aspirational sleepers is attempting to answer those doubts.
We should turn tech against the people who make it
A deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg gleefully talking about the data he “stole” puts Facebook’s sanctimonious approach to moderation to the test.
SnowFreak: The mysterious amateur taking weather reports by storm
Even with all the free services around, people are actually paying for Incremental weather updates by a dedicated enthusiast.
Printers will always be terrible
As time goes on, printers will get worse and worse until none of us own one.
Colonialism is alive in the exploited tech work force
Companies like Facebook and Google continue to unfairly burden English-speaking workers abroad with their worst kinds of labor.
Behind the scenes with the hacktivists who took on Microsoft and the FBI
Two decades ago, the legendary hacking group Cult of the Dead Cow released a piece of software which helped change the way the world thinks about information security.
Big business will always find a way into the cannabis industry
Many municipalities have attempted to set up equity programs to give a leg up to marginalized people who want an honest shot at selling cannabis, but they are still costly and byzantine.
Why would anyone trust Apple with their data?
Every tech company has failed to protect us. Now Apple wants a shot.
The end of the world will be a non-event
As long as we keep imagining one future climate catastrophe, we can ignore all the ones already here.
A Good Place: Where motivation fails, discipline succeeds
A handful of subreddits give users encouragement and support to pursue even the smallest of personal habits through intention and discipline, from medication to creativity routines.
Your Peloton yoga instructor will never know if you just do child’s pose the whole time
Peloton is a billion-dollar company that aims to bring virtual fitness instruction to the masses, but the benefits may be lost in digital translation.
What it means when a Tinder match asks for your social media
How we move a conversation off dating apps has a number of nuances we’re still untangling.
Here’s why it’s so hard for small businesses to sell CBD
Payment startups have policies against selling hemp-derived products, but larger retailers are allowed to slide while smaller ones get their service pulled.
EatWith wants to reconnect you with your neighbors by sharing a meal together
Reconnecting with an old neighborhood might be as simple as having a meal with strangers.
The cancer capital of America
Eastern Kentucky is poor, remote, and inadequately serviced, and those factors have led to alarming rates of cancer in the area.