For good and for bad, Covid has propelled us even faster into immersive communication technologies
The unexpected $69 million sale of a digital artwork shocked the art world and now disruption is the name of the game
The sale marks the third-highest auction price achieved by a living artist
With screen time at a high during the Covid-19 pandemic, two educators offer some advice
From bird songs in an Indian jungle to the flowing waves of a Sardinian beach, a new tool spotlights 50 soothing soundscapes
Today’s social media obsession has its roots in the development centuries ago of the reflective material
Moved online due to the pandemic, an automated content filter banned terms including "sexual," "pubic" and "stream"
Need a change of scenery? A quiet spot away from crowds? Here are some tips for rigging a remote escape with the bare necessities
A publicly sourced portal spotlights centuries of graffiti left in England's New Forest
Psychologists explain why the disconnect between expectations and reality is both amusing and uncomfortable
The online library loosened restrictions on its collection of scanned books at the end of March in response to the pandemic
Why not use quarantine as an opportunity to have your homeschoolers master woodworking or engine repair?
Expressing yourself and trying to read others’ faces in a grid of video feeds is a taxing task
Learn hip-hop dance or do citizen science without leaving home this week, thanks to the internet's many intrepid artists and educators
The Internet Archive describes the downloadable collection of more than one million books as a library, but critics call it piracy
The government has directed museums to "enrich the people's spiritual and cultural life during the epidemic [with] cloud exhibitions"
A Massive New Database Will Connect Billions of Historic Records to Tell the Full Story of American Slavery
The online resource will offer vital details about the toll wrought on the enslaved
The camera has been recording San Francisco’s fog for 25 years