The iconic game celebrates its 33rd anniversary on May 22. Technologist and gaming expert Chris Melissinos explains how it changed everything from arcade culture to video game design.
The Emotionary is a website that invents new words for complicated emotions.
One of the funniest and most popular comedic voices on Twitter, Parks and Recreation writer Megan Amram knows her way around a one-liner. Here, she shares her tips for how to be funny in 140 characters or less.
Headcast, backed by Stephen Fry, gives celebrities and brands a platform for creating visual tweets.
Funny or Die’s magazine, The Occasional, is shedding the paywall, starting with its first-ever tech issue. This is not a joke.
Biotech company Genentech teams with Ideo to create Ralph’s Killer Muenster, which makes science weird, and fun, enough for kids to care.
A new series by artist Butcher Billy depicts how New Wave faves like The Cure and The Smiths might look as caped crusaders.
In Argo-like fashion, the U.S. Army used a battalion of artists to create an illusionary display of military might. Now, PBS brings the secret operation to light in its documentary, The Ghost Army.
One of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business, Fred Graver, talks about how TV producers can embrace Twitter for turning fans into empowered evangelists.