The national media and much of America is watching the Colorado wildfire drama in rapt, apocalyptic fascination. For those who are just now recognizing the scope of the disaster, S&R has been […]
If you are not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold.” Did you know you have a Facebook email address? Maybe you did and maybe you didn’t. […]
Those grad students in the business of writing dissertations about media and newspapers now have an old topic with a new twist: Who owns the media now? Critic Ben Bagdikian, author of […]
Israel’s nukes beg to be balanced, claims a noted international relations scholar.
The NYTimes Green blog reports that the burning Colorado forests may not regenerate into forest, but rather into shrubland.
I. May 30th, 2010. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In which I insist upon the veracity of the enclosed. The characters in the following narrative were once really alive, even the kangaroo. What is […]
by Lee Camp
By Greg Stene As a long-time shooter and advertising copywriter, I really do not like visual cliches. Everything in me says I should look to create something new. And photos of flowers […]
He knocked briskly on the door, hoping it conveyed his irritation. That damn leak was making a mess in his condo and he wanted it fixed. He knew he shouldn’t get so […]
Are we nearing some tipping point, some historically dramatic shift? Are empires dying? Isn’t it time instead to assess the full might of the opposition, rather than declare the old system dead, or on life support, when I find it to be re-entrenching its power?