The media are partly to blame for Americans' lack of scientific literacy.
Brazil's minister of culture is changing how music and culture are distributed in the South American country.
Apparently it almost did, according to an article published a few days ago in the Sunday Times (London).
An article in the New York Times makes me wonder what my brain will do next--and if we're ready to give up our freedom to a lump of gray tissue between our ears.
The noted journalist and author delivers his annual SXSW-conference rant. This year's target: mash-up artists.
On-demand technologies and desktop publishing were supposed to revolutionize the book industry. The $100 laptop might trump everything.
Digital life is changing the rules of storytelling.
Mapping and tagging information in real time will change how we interact with one another in real space--if we can access the Web.
The administration tells scientists attending international meetings not to discuss polar bears, climate change, or sea ice.
What people are really looking for at SXSW is a better battery.