Doom Eternal is the evolution of slapstick comedy

Doom Eternal is the evolution of slapstick comedy

Polygon’s resident hot-take-haver takes a look at Doom Eternal, Slapstick comedy, and the influential film that ties them together.Subscribe to our YouTube channel! https://goo.gl/D8prdfLike us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/PolygonFBFollow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/PolygonTwitterFollow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PolygonInstaAnd for more gaming and entertainment coverage, visit www.polygon.com

Wash Your Hands—but Beware the Electric Hand Dryer

Wash Your Hands—but Beware the Electric Hand Dryer

The spread of Covid-19 has turned us into a nation of hand-washing obsessives, citizens who vigorously interlace our fingers and circle-scrub our thumbs with an exacting, anxiety-fueled intensity. But it’s not over when you flip off the faucet: Drying your hands matters too, because damp skin provides a hospitable environment for microorganisms and, as a…

Fujifilm X100V Review: Refined and Almost Perfect

Fujifilm X100V Review: Refined and Almost Perfect

Fujifilm’s X100 series has long been one of the finest cameras you can shove into your pocket. The latest version takes that even further with a new lens, tilting rear screen, and weather sealing (with some caveats).The X100V sports an aluminum body, but fear not, it still looks like an X100. The design is refined,…

The Alternate Universe Where Facebook Bought Twitter

The Alternate Universe Where Facebook Bought Twitter

Hi, it’s Steven again, still on book tour but now back to newslettering. It’s been two weeks since you’ve heard me say that, at first, this weekly column—which has had its hands washed for 20 seconds before sending!—will be free for everyone to access. Eventually, only WIRED subscribers will get Plaintext as a newsletter. You’ll…

Measure the Speed of the ISS With Your iPhone

Measure the Speed of the ISS With Your iPhone

If you’ve never seen the International Space Station in orbit, you’re missing out on something awesome. Oh, you don’t have a telescope? No problem, the ISS is easily visible at night. True. It looks like a very bright star that moves across the sky for a few minutes. You just need to know when and…