The Pain of Immersive JournalismListen now (3 min) | It sucks, but it's worth it.
In Part 3 of my interview with John Carmack, Quake III Arena, Beat Saber, and why he thinks "all the things that you wind up doing on your phone…
How One of America’s Biggest Pastors Became a Drug Runner for a Mexican Cartel
In part two of my conversation with John Carmack: the Holodeck, emails from Zuck, and the S curve of success.
Daisy Myers, the subject of my book Levittown, in her own words.
"With AI, I'm looking for that clever hack." In my new interview, John Carmack discuss his legacy, the future of AI, and why he almost went into nuclear…
...and Iron Man
"A 'cyberspace' as it is often imagined is beginning to be feasible." Two decades ago, John Carmack caught a glimpse of the coming metaverse.
Cormac McCarthy's ApocalypseListen now (3 min) | The acclaimed author's dark vision - and the scientists who inspire him.
Big burgs, maker minions, and how Roblox became a $30 billion empire.
Nearly 20 years before today's metaverse hype bubble, There.com was building its own Matrix. Here's how they did it.
My Rolling Stone story about how Aziah “Zola” Wells’ road trip to Florida with an exotic dancer, a boyfriend and a pimp went south.