This Instagram account dug up the weirdest things on Wikipedia
Karaoke rage deaths, sweater curses and the small penis rule: the strangest stuff on the internet courtesy of Instagram fave @depthsofwikipedia
How crypto art and NFTs are changing artists' careers
We meet the visual artists making bank from selling NFTs to discover how this all works and what it means for the future of art.
Inside the weird world of MaidTok
Bonjour tout le monde, welcome to TikTok's latest thirsty trend.
Can the internet ever really be anti-racist?
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests across the world, our TLs have exploded with resources, reading lists and calls for change. But can that change happen if the very history of the web is embedded in discrimination?
How self-isolation made the internet wholesome again
With most of the world stuck inside, we're all heading online. But for once, we're using our URL time to be kinder to each other.
steve lacy: musical wunderkind
Exclusive: About to drop a debut album unlike anything before it, Steve Lacy is the voice of a generation. Here, he finds a moment's peace in the Santa Monica Mountains to discuss a remarkable potential realised before turning 21.
on its 30th birthday, the internet’s creator says it’s not necessarily good for humanity
Happy birthday babe! Looking fab!! xx
syd tha kyd: the most brilliant of accidental popstars
Syd Bennett possesses a mercurial majesty that oscillates between assured diffidence and bold ambivalence. From the background of Odd Future to the forefront of The Internet, Syd tha Kyd has changed the game.
sheyenne sky is bringing navajo culture to generation z
This 21-year-old YouTuber saw a lack of representation as an opportunity to empower and create.
ji-yeon kim is painting one hundred poetic portraits from tinder profiles
Using abstraction to tell the human story of internet dating.
comedian gaby dunn is the unlikely financial guru of the youtube generation
Which would you rather answer: What is your favorite sexual position or how much money is in your bank account?
2016, the year snapchat got political
Race, creativity, and human rights — how the video app became about more than filters.