How to read it: Available digitally on Comixology and Marvel, or in the Infinity Gauntlet print collection. * How to read it: *Available digitally on Comixology and Marvel, or in the Avengers Forever print collection.
For a scant $6.99 a month it will provide you with almost the entire Disneyome, a corpus of hundreds of movies (all of Disney, most of Marvel with more to come, almost all of Pixar, all of Star Wars , lots of Fox—which Disney recently bought) and even more hundreds of TV shows (Disney Channel stuff, National Geographic stuff, and new originals from those subgroups I just mentioned, The Simpsons ).
“It's an attacker's dream and a physical security nightmare,” a former NSA hacker says about Mar-a-Lago, one of President Trump's favorite properties to visit.
“It was getting to me that I was making videos I wasn’t really proud of, that I wasn’t using them to really learn anything.” Now, he’s ready for that rare luxury in influencerland: time off.
Yes, there was.) Several reporters received pitches from publicists about women fighting “ neglected tropical diseases ”; PepsiCo Foundation’s quest to bring gender equality to farming in developing countries; and the documentary Brave Girl Rising , which is about female refugees, features Beyoncé’s music, and is narrated by Thor: Ragnarok and Sorry to Bother You actress Tessa Thompson.
"As long as you dress warmly outside, you're not in danger." The series also documents the creative ways Yakutsk residents manage the cold, including building their houses on stilts so the central heating doesn't melt the permafrost—in Russia, Yakutsk is known as "the city on legs"—and placing all sewage, water, and utility lines above ground to keep them from freezing.
Which is why when the Showtime-branded Desus & Mero premiered last night—as the inaugural late-night endeavor for the premium cable channel, mind you—it did so amid a climate where the evening gabfest model has never felt more in flux, uncertain, or out of place.
(Unlike the dark, closed goggles of VR, AR glasses use see-through technology to insert virtual apparitions into the real world.) Eventually we’ll be able to search physical space as we might search a text—“find me all the places where a park bench faces sunrise along a river.” We will hyperlink objects into a network of the physical, just as the web hyperlinked words, producing marvelous benefits and new products.
Russian Doll May Be Perfect, But You Won't Be Satisfied The Netflix series is far and away the best original new show of the past two years—but its existential thrust guaranteed that not everyone would be happy with the ending.
LEARN MORE The WIRED Guide to Internet Addiction Tawfiq says that Enoff differs from competing anonymous reporting platforms because of its sign-up policies, which don’t require users to verify that they work at a particular organization; they only have to have the company’s join link or code.
Capcom Every Resident Evil game is only as good as its setting, and the Raccoon City Police Station is one of the best. To put it another way, Resident Evil 2 is a zombie-fighting game that refuses to give you enough bullets.
Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Is Just a Harmless Meme—Right? Alyssa Foote; Getty Images If you use social media, you've probably noticed a trend across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter of people posting their then-and-now profile pictures, mostly from 10 years ago and this year. Instead of joining in, I posted the following semi-sarcastic tweet:
The Subversive, Delectable Fun of Troye Sivan's New Video The Australian pop singer's “Lucky Strike” is all about politics and walls and borders and displacement—and love.
In March, popular Fortnite streamer and no-talking-to-girls-er Ninja invited the rapper Drake onto his stream, and racked up 1.5 million viewers in a record-setting display for Twitch, the biggest streaming platform in the videogame world.
It’s a view of Rome that exists only in the imagination of the artist.Allchurch’s image maintains the compositional structure of Piranesi’s etching but replaces the Roman artifacts with British iconography ranging from the Glasgow Necropolis to the latest London high-rises.
On the edge of the annual holiday market in Bryant Park, Facebook erected a narrow kiosk, which looked like a mid-century modern shipping container, and filled it with employees ready to answer questions about privacy, ads, and how the company collects your data.Facebook’s privacy pop-up predictably attracted swarms of journalists.
After many positive discussions with Trudeau and his government, Mahjoubi said, it’s time for “delivery.”Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron first announced their interest in creating an international forum for the study of artificial intelligence in June, but gave few details, and left the initiative nameless.“It’s important that we have an international place where we can discuss all the impacts of AI in the transformation of society."Mounir Mahjoubi, French minister for digital affairsOn Thursday, Mahjoubi said IPAI would be modeled on the IPCC and bring together policy experts with researchers in AI, humanities, and the social sciences.
The Good Place’s Janet Is the Most Optimistic AI on TVOver it’s three-season run, The Good Place has received near-universal acclaim for somehow making moral philosophy funny and upbeat, but one of the most powerful things about the show is its visionary depiction of Janet, an otherworldly virtual assistant.NBCScience fiction is where artificial intelligence goes to suffer.
Porsche Wants You to Use Maps for Exploration—Not NavigationPorsche thinks its cars’ navigation feature can make exploring the world on four wheels more fun and engaging—and thus make driving more experience than chore.MapboxWherever the future of driving leads us, Porsche is sure of one thing: We’re going to need some excellent maps.
It also leaves out some important secondary features, like visual voicemail, calls and texts over Wi-Fi, automated spam detection, and international tethering.Similarly, Android smartphones that aren't built specifically for Google Fi—so anything other than Pixels and those LG and Motorola handsets—won't be able to seamlessly switch between, say, T-Mobile and Sprint, or between Wi-Fi and cellular.
It is now entirely standard to have pre-, post-, and multiple mid-roll ads in long-form videos, which puts more dollars in YouTube’s (and its creators’) pockets and is only as annoying as commercial breaks on television.But that strategy shake-up requires YouTubers—already at the mercy of the internet’s ever-changing yens—to upend their format, their aesthetic, and the norms of their industry.
You should probably just bring it.In some states you can bring your phone into the voting booth with you, and even post a “ballot selfie,” but in others you can’t, so again, check your local election sites.
Genre, as always, is a good tool for taking big ideas and making them fight.Robinson has been writing since the 1980s, but it was arguably Red Mars, the first book in a trilogy about the colonization and terraforming of you-know-where, for which he became best known.
“The large amount of rain that is going to come out of a tropical storm or hurricane anyway fell in the same place over a long period of time.”To analyze the changes in translation speeds, James Kossin, a climate scientist with the National Centers for Environmental Information at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, tapped into a global data set on past tropical storms.
Protests will be spearheaded by march in San Francisco on Saturday ahead of a climate change summit in the city next week The Rise for Climate protests will be spearheaded by a march in San Francisco, ahead of a climate change summit in the city next week that will gather mayors and business leaders from around the world.