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Thursday, December 1 2011

Cutting the Cord: How the World’s Engineers Built Wi-Fi

— Iljitsch van Beijnum and Jaume Barcelo (Ars Technica, November 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Monday, October 24 2011

How Music Changes Our Brains

— Thomas Rogers (Salon, 23 October 2011)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Thursday, August 4 2011

How Google Dominates Us

— James Gleick (The New York Review of Books, 18 August 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture | Science & Technology

Tuesday, June 21 2011

Can Watching ‘Jackass’ Turn You Into One?

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 7 June 2011)
Filed in: Film | General Culture | Science & Technology

Everyone’s a Critic: Babies Prefer Picasso

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 14 June 2011)
Filed in: Science & Technology | Visual Arts

Sunday, May 22 2011

Rapture Ready: The Science of Self Delusion

— Chris Mooney (Mother Jones, May 2011)
Filed in: Psychology | Science & Technology

Tuesday, May 3 2011

One Professor’s Attempt to Explain Every Joke Ever

— Joel Warner (Wired, 26 April 2011)
Filed in: Psychology | Science & Technology

Monday, May 2 2011

Electronic Devices Redefine Quality Family Time

— Alex Williams (The New York Times, 29 April 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture | Science & Technology

Saturday, April 30 2011

25 Great Books By Legendary Scientists

— Alasdair Wilkins (io9, 20 April 2011)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Tuesday, April 19 2011

The Sharing Economy

— Craig Robinson (Fast Company, 18 April 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture | Science & Technology
Do Drummers Have Different Brains from the Rest of Us?
— Burkhard Bilger (The New Yorker, 25 April 2011)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Thursday, April 14 2011

Trouble @Twitter
— Jessi Hempel (Fortune, 14 April 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Wednesday, April 13 2011

Roger Ebert: Remaking My Voice (video)
— TED (TED, April 2011)
Filed in: Film | Science & Technology

Friday, April 1 2011

Microsoft’s Odd Couple
— Paul Allen (Vanity Fair, May 2011)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Tuesday, March 29 2011

Universal Property of Music Discovered
— ScienceDaily (ScienceDaily, 25 March 2011)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology
Wall of Sound: How the IPod Has Changed Music
— Nikil Saval (Slate, 28 March 2011)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Friday, March 25 2011

The MP3: A History of Innovation and Betrayal
— Jacob Ganz and Joel Rose (NPR, 23 March 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Music | Science & Technology

Monday, January 17 2011

Thursday, December 16 2010

Dec. 16, 1770: Beethoven’s Birth in Bonn Leads to Longer CDs
— Randy Alfred (Wired, 16 December 2010)
Filed in: History | Music | Science & Technology

Wednesday, November 3 2010

Friday, October 8 2010

Hear It, Feel It: Are We Hard-Wired to Hear Emotion and Meaning in Music?
— Eric Felten (The Wall Street Journal, 2 October 2010)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Tuesday, September 21 2010

Where Does Music Come From?
— Mark Changizi (The Atlantic, 20 September 2010)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology
With a Little Help From His Friends
— David Kirkpatrick (Vanity Fair, October 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology
The Virtual Curmudgeon
— The Economist (The Economist, 2 September 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Monday, September 13 2010

20 Essential Works of Cyberpunk Literature
— Best Colleges Online (Best Colleges Online, 12 September 2010)
Filed in: Literature | Science & Technology

Tuesday, June 29 2010

Wednesday, June 9 2010

Dancing at the End of Time: Moorcock on Posthumanity
— Woody Evans (h+ Magazine, 4 June 2009)
Filed in: Literature | Science & Technology

Wednesday, June 2 2010

The Web Shatters Focus, Rewires Brains
— Nicholas Carr (Wired, June 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology
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Is Black Widow Still a Hero? Dissecting the Misogynistic Outrage Against the Avengers

// Short Ends and Leader

"Black Widow may very well be the pinnacle of the modern action heroine, so why is there so much backlash about her role in the new Avengers film?

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