At the LACMA, Chris Burden's "Metropolis II" anticipates an elegant, driverless, noisey future.
Using big data on literature doesn't do much for data or literature.
Turns out even the non-classics have a biological upside.
A government report on the arts invites a shouting match. Also: video games.
The WiFi filter deemed Hamlet too violent for public consumption, but c'mon, there's way more violent literature than that.
If you're in the SF area and would be down to party like the undead, take a night hike for stargazing, or debate the fantastic ways the world might end, then you'll be over the moon to hear that this week marks the start of the annual Bay Area Science...
an abridgment of a 1938 exploitation film "Sex Madness" and a few words on the burlesque revival.
TwiLight was in development from 1991 to 1997 for the Atari TOS (The Operating System operating system), which existed for the old (1985 to 1993) Atari ST home computer. Just this week, one of the screen-saver collection's creators, Dragan Espenschied...
A solar powered 3D printer, bacteria that transmits AM radio signals, and geese on the moon -- these are just a few glimpses of the future that were on display at this year's Ars Electronica, one of biggest festivals for art and technology in the world...