With the coming release of BioShock Infinite, Ken Levine follows up his award-winning BioShock with another alternate-history shooter. Here, he walks us through the process of creating a game’s story and interactive world.
A new app launched at SXSW tries to restore some of the Internet’s negativity into your social media. It’s all hate.
New ads position the NCAA as a spirit squad or marching band that’s always by the side of student athletes. Always.
Those of you who simply stuff your faces with the marshmallow candies at Easter are going to feel awfully lazy when you see all of the creative things that people do with Peeps in an annotated video on YouTube.
New from Virgin Mobile: The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne guides viewers through a retrain of the brain, with sheer psychological force and absurdist cat videos.
Marvel’s Digital GM Peter Phillips and Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso roll out an ambitious array of new products. "We have no fear of failure."
Semi-Permanent is invading the USA and has some tips for any aspiring event organizers out there.
Since Matthew Weiner and co don’t have Sal around, they had to outsource their poster art to 75-year-old illustrator Brian Sanders, who lived (and worked) through the advertising era "Mad Men" depicts.
Professor Richard Wiseman, creator of the popular "10 Bets You Will Always Win" series on YouTube, talks about the psychology that makes these bets nearly foolproof.