We are way past October 21, 2015 ... and the future is both much cooler and much dumber than Doc Brown could have ever imagined.
'Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.' -- Ian Malcolm
Occasionally, Twitter does enact some justice.
Donut-chomping TV detectives, meet your genius real-life counterparts.
The internet is an engine producing a constant supply of shared insanity.
There's obviously a consistent disconnect between Twitter's users and the company itself.
Tech companies are basically 'Captain Planet' villains with stock tickers.
In recent years, it seems that not even children are safe from being used as hate-pinatas for the internet's scum.
Warning: This article will almost certainly make you think twice about some of your favorite celebrities.
The Falcon must have impenetrable skin to protect him from all the bullets, shrapnel, debris, fire, and birds.
Social media is loaded with amazing people, hilarious jokes, and insightful commentary -- any of which can throw everyone into a murderous rage at a moment's notice.
Take a look into the weird world that was ChaCha, the human search engines that were the originators of fake news.
Much like the children of Klan members and anti-vaxxers, technology itself is cursed by the folly of its creators.
We're quickly moving toward a walled-off version of the web that works like streaming services do now.
Apparently, students these days require $800 HTC Vive virtual reality headsets.