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.
There are plenty of ways to be mean. Anthony Jeselnik uses them all. Here, the creator and star of Comedy Central’s "The Jeselnik Offensive" talks about finding the funny in everything.
The editor of comedy website Slacktory, esteemed expert on the supercut, explains how to make themed compilation videos and what makes them great.
Fast-rising comedian Billy Eichner has his own TV show, a cult following, and he made quite an impression on Meryl Streep. Eichner attributes this success to his fearlessness, and here he offers some tips on how you can emulate it.
For Lincoln’s "Hello, Again" project, director Chris Milk and a team of experts created new sound and vision technology for a 360-degree rendition of "Sound and Vision," all in the service of a more human interactive experience.
Guy Fixsen is the engineer who worked on My Bloody Valentine’s seminal record, "Loveless." Here, he talks about the incredible circumstances surrounding the infamous recording, and what it’s like to create a classic.
Comedy doesn’t just happen. David Steinberg shares tips from the greats on doing the legwork for getting laughs.
Just ahead of the debut of their new MTV show, Nikki and Sara, creators of the podcast "You Had To Be There," offer advice on how you too can be a pop culture maven.
Enlightened’s Amy Jellicoe is just the latest unconventional role from Laura Dern, who’s dedicated her career to choosing characters searching for their voice.