Shane Snow is a technology journalist in New York City and CCO of Contently. MS/Journalism, Columbia; Fellow, Royal Society of the Arts.
A Quest to Understand What Makes Things Funny
The electrodes needed to be adjusted to fit my sweaty head, which was apparently the largest size the device could accommodate...
A quick piece for NYMag about our greasy eating habits, and snowstorms.
With a new version out and millions hooked, WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg's unconventional model can make or break the Web.
Navy SEALs are having the best year and a half ever. We've been inundated with tell-all books, documentaries, and big-budget action movies (the upcoming Zero Dark Thirty) about the special-ops frogmen... and then there's that whole Team-Six-killing-Osama thing. We're beginning to think there's no task too big for these badasses.
How Stars Like Jay Z And Martha Stewart End Up With Samsung Phones
How bad science and bureaucracy bred NYC’s strange relationship with ferrets.
The sci-fi writer opens up about Ender's Game and more.
A first-person science experiment with author Tim Ferriss and a supply of tasteless, white goo called Soylent.
The team was in third place by the time David Heinemeier Hansson leapt into the cockpit of the black-and-pink Le Mans Prototype 2...
The Innovator's Question: What Would Fosbury Do? - ...
The Music at Your Next Rave Could Be Produced in th...
COLD EMAILING POTENTIAL CONTACTS IS A NECESSARY EVIL IN BUSINESS. SO WE SENT 1,000 TO BUSY EXECS TO SEE WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN'T.
In a zombie apocalypse -- as everyone knows -- the undead eat brains (or other body parts, depending on which mythology you subscribe to). On a film set, however, zombies basically eat Jell-O. Recipes vary, of course, but in Resident Evil: Retribution, out Friday, the walking dead chew on a version fortified with glycerin and sorbitol, compounds often used to make soft-gel pills. Find out how to make it here.