Photographer Caren Alpert wants you to take a good, hard look at what you eat.
Ryan Johnson shows new work in New York this month, with figural pieces full of motion and unease.
Aided by his handy GPS receiver, Bruce Myren takes a photo at every longitudinal intersection with the 40th parallel across the country.
Alejandro Guijarro snaps chalk scribbles left behind in the best physics departments in the world.
Photographer David Ryle documented the strange place and time that was Cape Canaveral leading up to the space shuttle’s final launch.
The Libratone Zipp, a $400 AirPlay-ready cylinder with an array of colorful covers, will make your poor plastic speakers look like a bunch of schlubs.
A new beginner’s Arduino kit from Technology Will Save Us could create a generation of lifelong programmers--or the new belles of Burning Man.
Brian Millar explains why cultural venues aren’t getting the PR they need, and what they can do about it.
One mathematician’s ingenious solution to armoring heavy bombers inspired Facebook’s research manager to look at Facebook’s ocean of data from a new perspective.
What was probably the world’s most public social network has added an unexpected layer: privately shared boards.