One of LA's best-known landmarks.
Saving the Gorons.
What are the possibilities for virtual presences after death?
Uber-assholes and the pathetic preppers of Silicon Valley.
To the base of Death Mountain.
What Meetup has meant to me.
A unique Zelda run-through.
All quotes verbatim.
Relief will overcome disappointment when it’s gone.
He wants to be a VC superstar.
What’s driving the increasing sense of loneliness in the digital age?
Why do we do this to ourselves?
Making sense of content piracy in the age of streaming.
The praise ends now.
Is saving a bit of time really worth giving up our civil liberties for?
A lifetime of Doom and Wolfenstein.
Experiencing a certain amount of fraud is an inevitable part of life.
No, HuffPo's unpaid bloggers aren't more pure.
Who has the time to sit around and comment?
"...in our representations of the future in science fiction movies, blue seems to be the dominant color of our interfaces with technology yet to come." 99% Invisible looks at Chris Noessel and Nathan Shedroff's Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons From Science Fiction. Via Boing Boing.