Wednesday, September 23 2009
Paul Gillin writes with an almost feverish, utopian optimism about the "endless possibilities" of Web 2.0 that becomes irritating.
Tuesday, June 9 2009
The get-on-with-it pace of this story makes the reader feel like a pallbearer at the novel’s own funeral.
Monday, May 25 2009
Virginia Johnson, who helped revolutionize sexology without ever earning so much as a bachelor’s degree, is a perplexing, enigmatic figure.
Thursday, May 14 2009
More than just a category of TV comedy, satire is now “its own genre, and a thriving one at that.”
Tuesday, April 7 2009
The Cheney of 2000 had already decided that the VP’s role as a constitutional officer made him so hard to control, so impossible to discipline, that it might be the ideal job for him.