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  • Jesse Willms, the Dark Lord of the Internet
    Grant Harder

    Jesse Willms, the Dark Lord of the Internet

    How one of the most notorious alleged hustlers in the history of e-commerce made a fortune on the Web

  • The Most Dangerous Gamer
    Jake Stangel

    The Most Dangerous Gamer

    Never mind that they’re now among the most lucrative forms of entertainment in America, video games are juvenile, silly, and intellectually lazy. At least that’s what Jonathan Blow thinks. But the game industry’s harshest critic is also its most cerebral developer, a maverick bent on changing the way we think about games and storytelling. With his next release, The Witness, Blow may cement his legacy—or end his career. In a multibillion-dollar industry addicted to laser guns and carnivorous aliens, can true art finally flourish?

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