Cracked Archive - Tech

5 Things I Learned Infiltrating Deep Web Child Molesters

Pam spent months undercover in an online community of child molesters, learning their lingo and studying their ways as part of an undergrad research project. The evidence she brought back is truly horrifying.


7 Ways Email Spam Is Insulting You Right To Your Face

What if online public relations were honest? Brace yourself for the secrets of the seven worst advertising emails already in your spam folder.


4 Brutally Honest Product Reviews That Will Change Your Life

You people need brutally honest product reviews, written by someone willing to truly test gadgets in real-world conditions.


6 Things You Learn Getting Paid To Troll People Online

Yes, I'm trolling you. No, that doesn't mean that I don't more or less mean every word that I say in my writing


5 Insane Workout Products That Might Actually Work

It turns out the very same force that is turning us into pudgy couch potatoes is also being harnessed to make us get off our asses.


6 Machines That Read Your Emotions (To Sell You Random Crap)

Turns out technology is scarier than Hollywood predicted.


6 Ways To Fix Computers (So People Stop Asking You)

With middling power comes great responsibility, and it's one we rightly want to shirk.


6 Stupid Reasons Actual People Are Scared Of Net Neutrality

Net neutrality is one of the most important regulations for the future of telecommunications. And some of the reactions to it have been hilariously stupid.


The 5 Least Effective Life Hacks People Apparently Use

Life hacks sometimes just hack away at what little life you have left.


5 Absolutely Insane Indie Games You Can Play For Free

Some incredible innovation can come from game competitions like these, but mostly it's just a bunch of crazy shit that will never and should never become an actual product.


4 Deceptive Ways The Apocalypse Is Going To Sneak Up On Us

There's absolutely going to be a robot apocalypse. It's just going to be super lazy.


5 Ways to Help the Most People Possible With One 3D Printer

Mick Ebeling and the team at Not Impossible Foundation set out to find a way to provide prosthetics to kids who have been crippled by the ongoing merry-go-round of murder that is the Sudan. Here's how they did it.


15 Secretly Brilliant Reasons Stuff is Designed That Way

It turns out stuff you use every day has little hidden features that make them more brilliant than you initially thought.


11 Huge Machines That Spit in the Face of God and Science

We welcome our future robot overlords with open arms and laurels.


5 Statistics That Are Eerily Good Judges of Character

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