In which the FBI sucks at twitter, machines replace doctors, and holy shit that puffer fish is amazing.
ISSUE #52 // MARCH 26TH // NETWORKS
How cooperating creates prosperity, the humiliation of Russian women, and a big hand wave (hi!) to the micro-propaganda machine.
ISSUE #51 // MARCH 19TH // SURVEILLANCE
What to ask about Russian hacking, inside the USA's massive surveillance program, and why the CIA uses board games to train agents.
ISSUE #50 // MARCH 12TH // YOU'RE NOT THE POINT
Why the storyteller doesn't matter if the audience likes the story, a cartoonist visits the Korean DMZ, and William Shatner's personal airplane seat.
Storytelling techniques, enemies of the American people, and the skeleton key to Trumpland.
ISSUE #48 // FEBRUARY 12TH // CAUSAL MODELS
Sean Spicer's alternative ABCs, excerpts from a Jerry Falwell textbook, and The Devil Went Down to Georgia covered by a washing machine.
A story of malevolence tempered by incompetence, Kim Kardashian stays woke, and the maps we wandered as kids.
ISSUE #46 // JANUARY 22nd // FOUR LIGHTS
How Louis CK tells a joke, a movie made from Van Gogh paintings, and hoodies for elephants.
ISSUE #45 // JANUARY 12TH // BUGOUT
A bag for the collapse of civilization, some dude who's an expert at living in storage units, and a twitter list for the resistance.
How to stay productive in terrible times, inventors killed by their own inventions, and things people stuck inside themselves in 2016.
ISSUE #43 // NOVEMBER 27TH // NUCLEAR BISCUITS
How Trump's tweets could start WWIII, the language games of Nazis, and fuck it, a holiday shopping list.
ISSUE #42 // NOVEMBER 20TH // FASCISM
Where to volunteer, how to understand the president-elect, and why making change requires changing yourself.
Decorating tips for nesting souls, the brilliance of Chapo Trap House, and the hilarious twitter saga of Fuckface von Clownstick.
ISSUE #40 // OCTOBER 23rd // INFINITE REGRESS
We all live inside a giant turtle, the history of time traveling to kill Hitler, and the quiet heroism of waitstaff.
ISSUE #39 // OCTOBER 16TH // ELECTIONS
Hillary goes back to the future, drivers learn the Dutch Reach, and the ethereal, romantic experience of Rhye.
ISSUE #38 // OCTOBER 9TH // ZENDO
What Westworld has to do with the Buddha, algorithms are designing our furniture now, and season three of Black Mirror is upon us.
ISSUE #37 // OCTOBER 2ND // TELEPHONY
The Chessboard Fallacy, why you're jealous when someone's on the phone, and the best indie albums of the PNW.
ISSUE #36 // SEPTEMBER 26TH // Back to work
Decorated gourd season, Nazis in Madison Square Garden, and literally everything is lies.
ISSUE #35 // SEPTEMBER 5th // COMPLEXITY
Chaos Monkeys. Indeterminate pessimism. Hedge positions on politics. The numbing of the American Mind.
ISSUE #34 // August 21ST // POSSIBLE FUTURES
A new magazine called Blueprint. Why the world's not falling apart, but why it feels like it is. McMansions.
ISSUE #33 // AUGUST 14TH // THERAPEUTIC GAMES
The meaning-game of conversation. Stranger Things 80s references. Dropping acid with your lover.
ISSUE #32 // JULY 24TH // ARGUMENTS
If you're so smart, why do you suck at convincing people about your views? Plus a light dose of gobblefunk, snozzcrumber, and swigfiddle.
ISSUE #31 // JULY 17TH // THE DESERT
Visiting the libertarian community of East Jesus, the purpose of music, and how God created animals.
ISSUE #30 // JULY 6TH // LIVE FROM L.A.
On using science to talk with people, the ultimatum game of economics, and whether you should work for free.
ISSUE #29 // JUNE 12TH // SNAPCHAT AND TIME
On Snapchat and meditating. Why sleep is for wealthy people. Inside the shadowy world of competitive tickling.
ISSUE #28 // MAY 29TH // RESORT VACATIONS
The hidden benefits of friction. Why your friends have more friends than you do. Dead sexy slippers.
ISSUE #27 // MAY 22ND // INTERNET TODDLERS
What happens when toddlers talk to the internet, Warren Buffet's meeting advice, and getting in shape by watching p0rn.
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