The performance artist, a member of the famed NEA Four who played a key role in the '90s culture wars, plans to create a series of paintings inspired by sexts. R U in, hottie?
Facebook has a long list of clear guidelines on what it deems is appropriate advertising, so why are there so many ads breaching them?
Thanks to "LOLWork," a mini-documentary airing on Bravo next month, viewers will get a chance to meet the people who make I Can Has Cheezburger the Internet powerhouse that it is.
We've all seen the lists of hottest video game babes, and the articles about the negative portrayal of women in gaming. But some games have done it right, with lady characters that are a lot more than just their lingerie.
New service from Microsoft taps into feeds from Facebook and Twitter to cull the most shared news from the Web, giving users a real-time snapshot of the national conversation.
Jim Donio has had to wave goodbye to Tower Records and Borders, but can the National Association of Recording Merchandisers help music retailers navigate uncertainty of digital age?
Surgeons at UC Davis announce that the experimental device they implanted in a man's throat is working--he just has to pull on a tiny metal pen sticking out of his neck.
Stephen Gebhardt drops by the studio to talk about COED Magazine. He also shows us his favorite Katy Perry GIFs, a list of signs you're an Internet weirdo, and 10 video game movies that don't suck!
This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener. Don't be too let down by that second one: it's over-priced and attaches to your bike, so it still has some cache. Also, Donald and Eric get extremely excited over a glorified statue, an electric Datsun leaves a Nissan GT-R in the dust, and a giant robot arm is put to good use. Plus, Jasmine squeals over an elephant with some monstrous dental work, and we take a look at a camera lens
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This week, Crave branches out onto our friendly neighborhood tech blogs to bring you a super fantastique, ultra huge, raver-friendly digital turntable thingie...and a bottle opener.