Keith Wagstaff

Terraform

Blue Dusk

On a colonized Mars, a scientist and a revolutionary grapple with whether to stay, or to fight.
Keith Wagstaff
9.30.19
Features

How Big Can Los Angeles Get?

Four million and counting.
Keith Wagstaff
6.22.16
Theater

Inside the Surreal World of Sci-Fi Live Theater

Stripping away special effects forces stage directors to focus less on flash and more on story and social commentary.
Keith Wagstaff
5.20.16
fusion

Why Widespread Fusion Energy Is Taking So Damn Long

The most powerful experimental fusion reactor is under budget and a decade behind schedule.
Keith Wagstaff
5.3.16
Features

What If the Robot Utopia Leads to an Existential Crisis for Humans?

Welcome to the automated ennui apocalypse.
Keith Wagstaff
4.25.16
Features

I Tried Controlling My Dreams With My iPhone

Lucid dreaming is possible, they said. Just try this app, they said.
Keith Wagstaff
4.20.16
Features

Why Do Statues of Humans Terrify Me? An Investigation

It all started with a horror movie, my confused parents and, ultimately, a urine-soaked My Buddy doll.
Keith Wagstaff
3.23.16
Instagram

How the Pope Can Conquer Instagram

His Holiness joins on Saturday. Pray for selfies.
Keith Wagstaff
3.19.16
earth

The Black Market for Orchids Is Moving to Social Media, Study Says

“Even though they aren't fluffy or cute, we need to take threats to them seriously.”
Keith Wagstaff
3.18.16
Features

The $4 Billion Scheme to Recreate the Moon in Coachella

Companies like Disney spend $4 billion on entertainment complexes, usually with the benefit of already owning billion-dollar movie franchises. How could any entrepreneur hope to compete?
Keith Wagstaff
3.18.16
Tech

There Will Be Broadband

Look outside of your window. If you see miles of farmland, chances are your internet service sucks. That’s because major telecommunications companies don’t think it’s worth the investment to bring high-speed broadband to sparsely populated areas. Not...
Keith Wagstaff
2.28.13
Motherboard Blog

There Will Be Broadband

Without fast service, rural communities are starting to grow their own.
Keith Wagstaff
2.27.13
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