By Devon Wojcik Over the last decade, Riot Games has become one of the most relevant and globally influential companies in the computer gaming industry. Though their “League of Legends” hit might seem inconsequential to some here in the U.S., the grueling 10 years of thought, love and care into the
So long 2019, don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out! Now, let’s all have a seat and scroll through the most read articles published on BrokeAssStuart.com over the past twelve months. Unsurprisingly, they cover progressive views, culture, nightlife, and of course a sprinkling of
by Kate Brunotts With the holidays in full swing, it’s time for me to find the perfect gift for my uncle I haven’t seen in a year and a half. And with my weak imagination, I’ve been two steps away from ordering a home DNA test kit. As a personal
The other day I decided it had been too long since I’d gone on a tour of San Francisco’s best cheap eats.
by Ben Mangelsdorf Facebook user Keith Lightbringer, real name Keith Edwards, sent shockwaves through your Facebook feed Saturday evening by sending you an invite to an event called “AntAlien Presents: Cathedralasis / EGGTEEN.” Lightbringer, who you think you met at a 70s-themed party that a Tinder date brought you to
As our country’s permanent festival of capitalism and conspicuous consumption marches forward, prepare for some holiday-infused reminders of what you, your family, and friends must absolutely buy to stay happy. And this year, what you absolutely need to buy is the Internet, but on devices.
Algorithms increasingly seem to be running our lives. They’re used in courts, hospitals, and banks. The use of the algorithms bring up a lot of concerns about bias, privacy, and the kind of content they share. I have a much more basic problem with them: they’re stupid.
DNA tests—like those offered by companies 23andMe, Ancestry.com, and FamilyTreeDNA—come with a simple promise. In exchange for cash and some spit in a tube, you can learn your deepest, most ancestral secrets.