Lara co-hosts and produces the long-running tech and social media HD video podcast, commandN. She works in information management in Atlantic Canada after completing a professional Master’s program in Library and Information Studies (MLIS) in 2010. Lara holds an MA in literature from Durham University (UK), and a BA from Boston College (US) in English and philosophy. She has been writing for PopMatters since early 2007. Her favorite authors include Haruki Murakami, Salman Rushdie, Jeffrey Eugenides, and Jasper Fforde. You can often find Lara on Twitter @larakillian.
Thursday, July 23 2009
What does the ubiquitous availability of digital text mean for the human brain as it processes ever-increasing amounts of information?
Tuesday, April 15 2008
Quiet, Please author Scott Douglas speaks out about the future of libraries, being played by Oprah in the movie version, and his recent library-themed wedding.
Monday, March 4 2013
Forget Bates the valet and his perfect Windsor knots. Agent Gates wields a gun, kicks ass, and otherwise protects Devonton Abbey from unsavory spies.
Monday, September 30 2013
In barren Scotland, young Anais struggles with inner demons as well as the real ones all around her.
Tuesday, June 4 2013
Yesterday’s luminary minds weren’t always scientific, but they were almost always curious.
Wednesday, April 10 2013
How’s your handwriting these days? Would your significant other recognize your signature?
Tuesday, March 19 2013
Can computer processing power beat old fashioned courtship?
Sunday, December 9 2012
When Pierre, the owner of the address book, learned about this incredible invasion of privacy, he threatened to sue and demanded reciprocal invasion of Sophie Calle's privacy: the publication of a nude photo of the artist herself.