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Book Review: ‘The End of Absence’ by Michael Harris


By 'absence' Harris means that feeling that there is no next thing waiting, pinging, or popping up – a type of solitude many of us lack. Read More »

Uses for Silver in Technology That May Surprise You

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Without you even realizing it, simply switching on the lights or programming your microwave requires silver. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Residual Media’ Edited by Charles R. Acland


Explores the various forms of media that have come and gone over the course of the past century. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The App Generation’ by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis


How the constancy and immediacy of communication are impacting the App Generation. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Almost Human’

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With a great cast and a setting in a crime-ridden near future (2048), FOX's newest scripted drama Almost Human holds a lot of promise as compelling science fiction/police procedural drama. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Man Made Boy’ by Jon Skovron


Deep in the underground where monsters lurk, life also happens. Read More »

Board Game Review: ‘Legacy: Gears of Time’


Play in time without worrying about winding up as your own grandfather. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ghostly Summons’ by John A. Karr


What happens when a ghost appears looking for help with an investigation into their murder? Could you find your way clear to believing? Read More »

As Long as There Is Google, There Will Be Spam


Search engines based on the absolute power of authority will always make mistakes and serve up spam websites. Read More »

Five Tech Tools That Save Time in the Creative Process


Turning an idea into a plan of action can be daunting, but many digital solutions can help your business gain momentum. Read More »