Futurists have worried about the rise of the machines at least as far back as the Greeks. The story of Icarus isn’t just one of hubris, but specifically hubris in the form […]
I’m writing this in advance of the Reno Air Races because: A) I don’t know whether I’ll have time to put this together while attending the races, and B) Who knows? Maybe
Unlike horse drawn buggies, trains remain a vital part of our infrastructure for one simple reason:
We pick one day per year to say “thank you.” How screwed up is that?
KISS’s sixth LP was the beginning of the end for the world’s biggest band. This was the last studio album recorded entirely by the original lineup, and the first featuring an Ace […]
I met Alex Johnson thanks to Why It Matters just a couple of short years ago. Since then we’ve been fast friends on Twitter (follow him at @koolwriting) and have exchanged mail […]