The VICE Guide To Right Now
What Binge Watching Does To Your Brain
Lee explains what binging does to your brain.
How To Treat X
How to Treat IT Technicians, According to IT Technicians
We spoke to some of our own IT technicians to find out the do's and don'ts of IT etiquette. Pro-tip: file a ticket!
The Story of
The Story of "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65
We met the musicians behind one of the biggest hits of the late 1990s to find out how a song that flopped when it came out wound up topping charts across the globe.
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The Origins of Deepfakes, Explained
VICE Guide To Right Now's Lee explains the origins of deep fakes, what they have to do with porn, and how they could drastically change our understanding of the truth.
Meet the Metal Band Whose Breakup Went Viral
Metal band Witchrot went viral after the group's bassist announced the band was breaking up because his longtime girlfriend was cheating on him with the guitarist. We met up with Witchrot's remaining members to find out what the ride has been like.
This Painting Is Made of Pure Web Code
We find out how web developer Diana Smith turned the internet's HTML and CSS building blocks into an incredibly detailed 18th century portrait inspired by a character from American Dad.
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Blockbuster Has Become an Alaskan Tourist Attraction
VICE News goes to one of the last Blockbusters in America located in Alaska.
How to Power an Entire Building with Internet
Motherboard embeds with Pilot Fiber, a company that specializes in bringing fiber-optic internet to large city buildings.
Barbie Ferreira's Guide to Dealing with Online Trolls
Barbie gives advice on how to deal with online trolls.
VICE News Shorts
Sen. Ron Wyden explains the “nightmare scenario” of net neutrality
We spoke to sen. Ron Wyden about what’s at stake for net neutrality
VICE News Tonight on HBO
This game combines the internet’s favorite things: cats and cryptocurrency
What are Cryptokitties, and why have they taken over the internet the past few days? Elle Reeve investigates why this new phenomenon is less about cats, and more about the future of blockchain technology itself.
How Killing Net Neutrality Could Affect You
The rules that ensure a free and open internet in the U.S. could be revoked on December 14 when the FCC votes on the country's net neutrality regulations. The decision could set a global precedent and affect your everyday use of the internet.