If you have a Mac and buy everything Apple, you’ll always be fine. But woe be unto you if you dare to buy hardware from a third party and try to install it on a Mac.
Trump will reign over dust and desolation… On 1 September 1859, telegraph operators across Europe and North America watched in horror as their equipment began to spark and behave erratically. Some disconnected their […]
Windows 10’s update has a zombie screen where you just might get impatient enough to accidentally brick your own computer.
The once and future first daughter’s bout of reefer madness notwithstanding, please remember: “anecdotal evidence” is another way of saying “no evidence”… Chelsea Clinton, who has been out on the stump a […]
With the 1962 World’s Fair, Seattle asserted itself as the city that invented the future. Seattle Center, home to the Space Needle, Key Arena, the Pacific Science Center and other Jetsonesque architectural wonders, gave us a […]
“Review a little history and you’ll see that creators seem to find inspiration in adversity.” – Gavin Chait, Lament for the Fallen On the surface Gavin Chait’s debut novel Lament for the […]
Bad science journalism is almost as bad as bad science, perhaps worse in some ways, insofar as it may popularize error where there had been none before. Carping about bad science blogging, […]
Transfusing youth, 21st century style… (At the sound of wolves howling) – “Children of the night: what music they make!” – Dracula (in Tod Browning’s Dracula, 1931) Several recent news items from reliable sources […]
“Our houses and machines will be in ruins, our systems will collapse, and the names of our great will fall away like dry leaves. Only you, love, will blossom on this rubbish […]
John Hairr’s North Carolina Rivers is part reference book, part history, part guidebook. What it is not is particularly engaging…. While I haven’t completed my book list for 2016, I will say a couple […]