The fake-news expert recently gave a talk about the misinformation economy at the University of Chicago.
Metal from Lordi, Joffrey Ballet’s Game Changers, and more happenings from February 13-16
When Trump stumbles, headlines aren’t mandatory.
In its first year of existence, the Chicago-based Onion spin-off Clickhole has become the smartest, funniest, and most absurd thing on the Internet—precisely by lampooning the Internet’s absurdity. Share if you agree!
Cartegram wants to bring urban explorers together.
Dark and dystopic it ain’t, but there are plenty of isolated marvels in Second City E.T.C.’s Apes of Wrath.
Manny has his own T-shirt line, and you don’t.
This Thanksgiving, consider the pumpkin cream pie
Hurricane Sandy’s put it in a tight spot
Chris Hughes (Facebook, the New Republic) has a solution for journalism’s woes, and it’s pretty simple
What to take away from Buzzfeed’s theory on why people share content online
I’m getting sick, and I live alone. Who will bring me vitamin C?
On the Internet, corgis are the new cats. Is Buzzfeed just flexing its muscles or are deeper truths being exposed?
Back then, some guys needed a chart to get dressed.