Mission"Striving to be constitutionally incapable of capitulation"
Tweet BioUX Dev, actor, musician, writer. Life's too short to stop learning or loving. "On a scale from 1 to overtrusting, I am pretty damn naïve." ~@KaySarahSera
- The Internet Of Things Will Be A Hotel California For Your DataIt can check out any time you want, but it can never leave.
- Don't Text Me! Let's Revive The Lost Art Of EmailingIt's time to take back our inboxes from the e-marketers.
- The Internet Of Things Will Be A Hotel California For Your Data
- Here's what our readers think of the Moto X (2014)In his review of the second-generation Moto X last September, our Senior Mobile Editor Chris Velazco called it "a huge step forward from last year's model." He complimented the seamless feel of the edges and thought its improved OLED screen was "one ...
- Completely open source, high-end laptop gets closer to realityIf you've wanted a laptop where all the software is free and open source (FOSS), you've usually had to settle for mediocre hardware. Even FOSS champion Richard Stallman is making do with a ThinkPad that's several years old. At last, though, it looks ...
- Here's what our readers think of the Moto X (2014)
- The Challenge of the Planets, Part Three: GravityIt is strange that Lexell’s Comet is not better remembered. Discovered by ace comet-hunter Charles Messier on the night of 14 June 1770, it passed Earth just two weeks later at a distance of 1.4 million miles, closer than any other comet in history. On the evening of 1 July 1770, its nucleus shown as […]
- The Strangely Competitive World of Sci-Fi Writing WorkshopsIn the latest episode of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy, Jeanne Cavelos, Jilly Dreadful, and John Joseph Adams discuss the value of sci-fi writing workshops. The post The Strangely Competitive World of Sci-Fi Writing Workshops appeared first on WIRED.
- The Challenge of the Planets, Part Three: Gravity
- Apple Reported to Begin Shipping Apple Watch in March, 12-Inch MacBook Air in Early 2015Apple will begin shipping the Apple Watch in March and will also look to launch its new 12-inch MacBook Air during this quarter, according to a new report by KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo. The analyst also predicted that iPhone shipments would beat expectations for Q1 2015 with over 61 million units shipped, while […]
- Apple 'Excited' About HomeKit Partners Despite Slow RolloutIt's been more than six months since Apple first introduced HomeKit at its June 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference, but HomeKit-compatible products have yet to hit store shelves and may not do so until this spring, almost a year after Apple first detailed its home automation system. HomeKit's launch has gone slower than expected, and according […]
- Apple Reported to Begin Shipping Apple Watch in March, 12-Inch MacBook Air in Early 2015