The medical community has a new diagnosis: Chronic Lateness
Sadie Stein, Deputy Editor of The Paris Review, is excited about a new video game that will either appeal to authors struggling with writer's block - or possibly make them very, very sad.
Jesse Pearson, the founder, editor, and art director of literary quarterly Apology, paints us a picture of the "Mini Lisa" - a diminutive version of the masterpiece, produced with nanotech.
San Francisco may have a bit of a reputation for being a green, hippie town. Marah Eakin, music editor at The AV Club, tells us how they are making a major league outfield a bit more organic.
Reyhan Harmanci, senior editor of Modern Farmer, tells us about some... astronomical ambitions to establish an American national park on the moon.
Sadie Stein, Deputy Editor of The Paris Review, witnesses the birth of a new typographic symbol - a sort of ampersand for the word 'the'- which may be headed to a keyboard near you.
Evan Goldstein, editor of the intellectual online hub Arts & Letters Daily, says we may be unintentionally allowing the internet to rob us of Unintentional Knowledge.
Eric Zorn, columnist for The Chicago Tribune, calls our attention to an alarming trend in the music world: early-onset puberty.
John Spong, senior editor of Texas Monthly, tells us some shocking statistics about fatal lightning strikes and the hobbies that attract them.
Richard Lawson, senior writer for The Atlantic Wire, tells us about a woman who went on The Price is Right and ended up losing more than a showcase showdown.