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Wednesday, May 26 2010

Thursday, May 20 2010

I’ll Be Bach: Will Human Composers Soon Be Obsolete?

— Chris Wilson (Slate, 19 May 2010)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Sunday, April 18 2010

The More You Use Google, the More Google Knows About You

— Christopher Ketcham and Travis Kelly (Alternet, 9 April 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Monday, March 22 2010

What Does It Mean to Be Human?

— Smithsonian Institution (Smithsonian Institution, 2010)
Filed in: History | Science & Technology

RIP Palm: It’s Over, and Here’s Why

— Jon Stokes (Ars Technica, 22 March 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Science & Technology

Thursday, March 4 2010

The iPhone Becomes a Bully

— Douglas Rushkoff (The Daily Beast, 2 March 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Science & Technology

Saturday, February 27 2010

Stranger Than Fiction

— Evan Lerner (Seed, 25 February 2010)
Filed in: Film | Science & Technology

The Wagnerian Method

— Joe Kloc (Seed, 9 August 2009)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology

Wednesday, February 24 2010

The Brain That Gave Us ‘Purple Haze’
— Tom Jacobs (Miller–McCune, 23 February 2010)
Filed in: Music | Science & Technology
How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web
— Steven Levy (Wired, 22 February 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Monday, February 22 2010

Kevin Kelly Tells Technology’s Epic Story
— Kevin Kelly (TED, February 2010)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Tuesday, February 16 2010

Don’t Touch That Dial!
— Vaughan Bell (Slate, 15 February 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture | Mass Media | Science & Technology

Thursday, February 11 2010

The Desktop Mouse and Its Inevitable Extinction
— Steven Levy (Wired, 25 January 2010)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Wednesday, February 10 2010

What Happened to Those Inventions of the Future?
— Tom Chivers and Iain McDiarmid  (Telegraph, 26 January 2010)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Monday, February 8 2010

The Truth About Robots and the Uncanny Valley: Analysis
— Erik Sofge (Popular Mechanics, 20 January 2010)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Tuesday, February 2 2010

What the iPad Means for the Future of Computing
— Brian X. Chen (Wired, 1 February 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Friday, January 29 2010

Apple iPad First Hands On
— Mark Wilson (Gizmodo, 27 January 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Science & Technology

Friday, January 15 2010

Wednesday, January 13 2010

What Happened to the Hominids Who May Have Been Smarter Than Us?
— Gary Lynch and Richard Granger (Discover, 28 December 2009)
Filed in: Science & Technology

Sunday, January 10 2010

Hot Air: Why Don’t TV Weathermen Believe in Climate Change?
— Charles Homans (Columbia Journalism Review, January 2010)
Filed in: Environment | Mass Media | Science & Technology | Television

Wednesday, January 6 2010

The iPhone and IED rule the Age of Asymmetry
— Andrew Sullivan (The Sunday Times, 3 January 2010)
Filed in: General Culture | Science & Technology
The Apparatgeist Calls
— The Economist (The Economist, 30 December 2009)
Filed in: General Culture | Science & Technology

Wednesday, December 16 2009

Friday, November 20 2009

What Is Techno-Immortality?
— Martine Rothblatt (Institute for Ethics and Emergine Technologies, 24 October 2009)
Filed in: Science & Technology
Can Bots Feel Joy?
— Ben Goertzel (H+ Magazine , 29 September 2009)
Filed in: Science & Technology
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