20 November 2005

Keeping a Genre Alive

In a Bid to Rekindle the Text-Only pc Games of the 1980s, Fans Write New Adventures
By Vauhini Vara [wsj]
Posted by cds at 06:23 PM |

22 October 2005

The Wars Over Evolution

By Richard C. Lewontin [NY Review of Books]
Posted by cds at 11:16 PM |

9 August 2005

Chasing the dream

As video gaming spreads, the debate about its social impact is intensifying
by the staff [Economist]
Posted by cds at 03:45 PM |


by John Gruber [Daring Fireball]
Posted by cds at 03:45 PM |

15 July 2005

Why Are Movies So Bad? or, The Numbers

by Pauline Kael [New Yorker]
Posted by cds at 02:52 AM |

11 July 2005

The Lost Generation

How UK post-rock fell in love with the moon, and a bunch of bands nobody listened to defined the 1990s
by Nitsuh Abebe [Pitchfork]
Posted by cds at 04:26 PM |

29 June 2005

The Big Fish

Ten years later, the story of Suck.com, the first great website
By Matt Sharkey [Keep Going]
Posted by cds at 06:23 PM |

Commencement Speech at Kenyon University

by David Foster Wallace [Marginalia]
Posted by cds at 06:00 PM |

28 June 2005

The Armstrong Williams NewsHour

by Frank Rich [NY Times]
Posted by cds at 05:58 PM |

14 June 2005

Where the Wild Things Are

The Miyazaki Menagerie
by A.O. Scott [NY Times]
Posted by cds at 01:07 AM |

6 June 2005

Master Planned

Why intelligent design isn’t.
by H. Allen Orr [New Yorker]
Posted by cds at 08:27 PM |

26 April 2005

Environmental Heresies

By Stewart Brand [Tech. Review]
Posted by cds at 11:30 AM |

23 March 2005

Forensic types

Excavating the history of lettering gives this New York foundry a contemporary edge
by Alice Twemlow [Eye]
Posted by cds at 09:16 PM |

28 February 2005

Journey to the (Revolutionary, Evil-Hating, Cash-Crazy, and Possibly Self-Destructive) Center of Google

You’ve heard the story. Larry and Sergey drop out of school, start a company in a garage, then become billionaires. But will Larry and Sergey ever grow up?
by John Heilemann [GQ]
Posted by cds at 04:24 PM | Tech

23 February 2005

An Interview With David Foster Wallace

by Larry McCaffery [Rev. Contemporary Fiction]
Posted by cds at 04:23 PM | Culture