Claire Evans @theuniverse
Claire Evans is a science writer, sci-fi critic, polymath, and musician. Her work explores the synchronies between culture, technology, and science. www.clairelevans.com
Articles by Claire Evans
A look back at the doomsday cult that funded its operations—and eventual mass suicide—by building websites.
Handiemail will earn comparisons to Spike Jonze's 'Her', but it's dead serious about handwriting your email.
YACHT's Claire Evans explains what a protest song can do in 2013—from fundraising to igniting a crowd at last weekend's 'Stop Watching Us' rally.
Certain that cetaceans communicate in a sophisticated sonar language, Lilly spent his life trying to crack a dolphin code.
How my obsession turned into a dive into the magazine's archives, which turned into a full-blown resurrection.
With its new OS, Apple is finally killing those leather bound calendars, wooden bookshelves, and tech's most quietly controversial design element. But skeuomorphism deserves a proper sendoff.
On the futility of assigning names to grains of sand.
From the cover of OMNI's second best of sci-fi issue.
The covers of Omni Magazine tempted me with airbrushed cosmic landscapes and headlines like, "Missing Time: A New Look at Alien Abductions" and "Riding Comets to the Stars." I brought a stack home. The love affair was instantaneous.
What the late sci-fi master had to say about the ultimate weapon.