Today feels a lot more like the Bridge books than the Sprawl books. Rydell’s wouldn’t even notice a politicians like Trump!
I was sophisticated enough to know that I wasn’t being prescient, at all, but rather was recognizing, around me, early arrivals from whatever the real future might be. The distinction is crucial to being able to do the work, for me.
“Intrigued” isn’t the word. “Creeped the fuck out by” would the correct term of art.
The 2017 Porsche Panamera cleaned up so nice that it’s my new automotive crush. That’s the good news. The bad news is I can’t afford one.
pretty darn close
I don’t need to remind you of everything tumultuous that’s happening in the world. This isn’t about what’s right or wrong, it’s not about guns or borders, and it certainly isn’t about politics or which politician is tweeting what. It’s about you.
Not a chance for me; I’m okay with Clinton, she’s infinitely preferable to Trump, and I realize that neither Stein nor Johnson have a chance of winning (and I don’t know enough about Johnson to know if I find him preferable to Clinton). However, I do the the sense that some of Sanders’ supporters are refusing to vote…
A hyperloop startup has built the first full-scale test track for the transportation system in the desert outside Las Vegas. Today, Hyperloop One (formerly Hyperloop Technologies) accelerated a test vehicle down a rail track at speeds of up to 300 mph using the hyperloop’s propulsion technology. It looked like a…
Using an unprecedented technique of matching stars to the locations of temples on Earth, a 15-year-old Canadian student says he’s discovered a forgotten Maya city in Mexico. Images from space suggest he may actually be onto something—but experts say it’s something much simpler.
Chances are, you already have a whole shelf full of Ursula K. Le Guin books. You’re not a monster, right? But you’re going to have to make some room on that shelf this fall, because two very special titles are coming down the pike.