FlashFic: Malware

I found this image on Deviant Art from user Shinzen 1102 the other day and was very inspired by it. Often, art on places like DA or Artstation are cool, but not very action or emotionally driven (to me, anyway). This piece, however, did something for me. There is a …

Weekly NerdArt Picks | 2-8-17

So, I want to try to do something a little different. I’m going to head out into the wild Internets and grab my favorite geeky images for, curating them into a semi-weekly collection. I’ll start with three categories: Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror. I might branch out from there, but …

The Wheel of Equality: Robert Jordan’s Interesting View on Women Through the Eyes of The Wheel of Time

So… I’ve just finished rereading the entire Wheel of Time series. The first time, I got through Book 10, Crossroads of Twilight, and then fell off the map of reading. Not because I was bored with it, in fact, I was chomping at the bit for more. That was somewhere …

Of Flying Cars and Space Planes

Despite having basically supercomputers in our pockets, cars that nearly drive themselves and being just a few years from robots doing almost all manual labor, getting into space is still very difficult and very expensive. However, that may change in our lifetime. According to a paper by the National Aeronautics …

Once Upon A Time, I Went To See Doctor Strange

For the first time in a long time, I was able to take my birthday off from work. Of course, my birthday was actually on a Saturday, so I took the Friday before off instead. In celebration, my family took me to see Doctor Strange. (Well, my wife and son. …

The Rise of Humanity

(This is Part 2 of 2 articles on The Future of Labor and The Human Race. Go here for Part 1.) In my previous post I laid out all the doom and gloom for the employment cliff the U.S. (and the rest of the world, in fact) is headed for. In …