Daft Punk Get Lucky - David Lynch edit
The unmasking of a writer who took extraordinary advantage of online anonymity to pursue old vendettas.
First it won a much-publicized showdown against the two greatest Jeopardy! champions of all time, then it went to medical school and emerged as a budding oncologist.
As another study touts ketamine’s potential, some psychiatrists say it’s already working wonders for their most desperate patients.
The online site, created by a college freshman in 1999, has found itself in the thick of cases involving everything from sexual harassment to armed robbery to requests for personalized license plates.
“This new season is definitely part of a bigger story.”
Emil Rupp spent the late 1920s and early 1930s being lauded as the most impressive experimental physicist in the world. He managed to pull off experiments that no one else could. He worked with Einstein. And he’d made it all up.
The 643-page tome, called Untangling the Web: A Guide to Internet Research (.pdf), was just released by the NSA.
The author’s “attempt to categorize and describe in simple terms the specific subjective effects that psychedelic drugs cause.”
“I do not identify with my body. I have a body but I am a mind. My body and I have an intimate but awkward relationship, like foreign roommates who share a bedroom but not a language.”
On the early days of Tumblr and the Yahoo deal. By Marco Arment, creator of Instapaper and co-founder of Tumblr.