Scientists are debating the pros and cons of turning decommissioned oil rigs into replacements for coral reefs.
Of you Internet world people, many know our new bad troubles here in Ukraine.
The First Amendment Area was a good 800 yards from the courthouse, an imposing cage of chicken-wire and dangling zip-cuffs.
There’s no way to count the human lives destroyed by the machines. Killed by bombs guided down from heavy aircraft above, they were faces logged into databases, rounded up and disappeared. They called the system Judgment Database.
Why Motherboard just started publishing the best science fiction on the internet.
For those interested in how today becomes tomorrow, his new novel, "The Peripheral," is necessary reading.
Making small runs of unique hardware is very, very expensive.
'Twelve Tomorrows' is like MIT's Swimsuit Issue.
Chronicler of "street" and assembler of mechanisms to go beyond, John Shirley breathes forth a smoggy twilight that is the end of the American Dream.
Only a venture capitalist could argue, as militarized police descend on poor Americans with riot tech, that we should stop talking about dystopias.