Overwhelming evidence shows that gas and electric company PG&E is responsible for the fire that killed 86 people and cost an estimated $30 billion in damages.
A website called Share the Safety has been making rounds on the internet over the past few days, stirring outrage as it purports to be a joint effort between the National Rifle Association and arms manufacturer Smith & Wesson to donate a gun to a “less fortunate” US citizen for every gun bought.
A spoof Guggenheim website, globalguggenheim.org, went live this morning with a satirical “Sustainable Design Competition” for the museum’s embattled Abu Dhabi branch.
A question for the Yes Men as they launch their Kickstarter campaign to fund their film: You say that this film is about revolution. What would a revolution look like for the Yes Men?
As more of our identities are placed online, what problems may potentially arise? Authorship and branding have never been harder to control.
Activists/artivists/culture jammers The Yes Men released an ingenious new parody this morning called “Three Strikes, You’re In!”
Memo to self. If I work as an independent contractor at a market research consulting firm and we get contracts from the city’s billionaire mayor, then maybe I shouldn’t pretend to be his press secretary to the media. Why the memo? Because this happened.