This incredible piece by The New York Times looks at passwords deeply; the secrets and stories they hold, as well as the frustrations they can bring.
A great look at the man behind that gloriously frustrating game that seems to never go away. Apparently the Soviet Union claimed all rights to the game and its creator got very few royalties because it was developed on one of the nation's computers.
Meet the startup that's killing cash in the United States by simply making it easier to pay your friends. We're entering a time where payment startups are battling it out to be the 'main' way to do peer-to-peer payments; it'll be interesting if Facebook throws its hat in the ring by integrating payments into Messenger (thus tapping into 500 million active users immediately).
We cram Helvetica onto pretty much everything by default. Will it ever stop?
There's no argument that smartphone cameras have become incredible. Just a few years ago, there's no way you would have considered using your phone to shoot pictures over a point and shoot, but now people are overwhelmingly picking phones. So, how do they stack up against DSLR's now that they've killed basically everything else?
The theory that life could simply be someone running a computer simulation has floated around for a while, but scientists still have no idea how to figure it out. How exactly could we tell if life was simply a simulation?
A powerful look at the value society puts on good teeth and how having poor teeth can change the way people treat you. Much of the US doesn't have access to real dental care, which is the real problem.