In Ron Howard's care, Han Solo's spinoff impishly submerges the Star Wars fan in the staple origin of the reluctant hero's rudimentary and tiresome lifelong inner conflict among a steady unsubtle spattering of jokes at the
Editor-in-Chief David Blue ponders divisions in class and culture between the roles of industry and consumer
This vertical is the new testament in my blood, which I shed digitally for you.
Parallels between Google and the 16th century Vatican abound, and last week's news about the company revealed that they're quickly losing their minds, and are well on track to assuming their place as our new ruler.
Brian Taylor's 83 minutes of gross suburban parental terror and hilarity performs every function you could possibly ask of such a film, combining excellent attention to detail with a refreshingly inventive use of sound.
If you've been using iOS since the beginning, the iPhone 8 represents the end of your era, but how well does it wrap things up?
Martin McDonagh's black comedy recklessly portrays working class Missourians in a tasteless fashion that wouldn't be unforgivably insensible without a few uncouth decisions.
Facebook's "new" commitment for 2018 is not a concession and its CEO has never sought anything more noble than the continued liquidation of your attention.
Stumbling upon the history and mysteries of bloodstained Rock Springs in its dining, lodging, and "nightlife" before escaping, unsettled on a slashed tire.
A quick tutorial of flight in Minecraft that'll have you in the air in no time! Before you take off, let's consider some alternative experiences.
The launch of the iPhone 4 instigated a change in our perception of digital photography. We looked back to find our favorite of its snaps for us.
How to make useful sense of The Second Email Age and its often-vile hives by choosing the right newsletters according to an old rogue outside the industry.
The monumental amount of unsubstantiated gossip and conjecture enabled every day by Facebook is lethal to the human intellect. Can fire be fought with fire?
Before we head West, we're setting our sights locally on the conflicts and triumphs of our native Columbia, Missouri.
We found that a special brand of uncommercialized enjoyment was all MAGFest required to harden itself against our counter-culture, proving many assumptions wrong.
We think we found an easy treatment for the fake news problem.
A laptop, purchased. The beginning of a new era, finally witnessed.
Our fake news Editor-in-Chief addresses the commotion surrounding aggregated misinformation and the meaning of the "media company" label.
David Blue may or may not be a qualified "audiophile," but he'd like to point out that Apple's recent iPhone sound controversy was a bit off the mark, even.
Three Point Oh is a go.
The relationship between Kurt Vonnegut, Ayn Rand and self-publishing leads to questions of the future which we should be asking ourselves, regularly.
The recently-discontinued Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet darkly mirrors sentiments first begun with the Pontiac Aztek, narrating Generation X's decline.
Every day, digital engineering grows closer and closer to virtually-unlimited memory capacity. How will this affect the perspective from which we reflect?
Bertrand Piccard has just touched down in Abu Dhabi after the final leg of the Solar Impulse II's historic round-the-world journey.
An image of a musician in the aftermath of a rigorous academic musical curriculum.
In revisiting Disney movies from our childhoods, we stumbled upon a good number of surprisingly insightful sentiments about race and class.
I will write what I have not read.
On the consistent company of alcohol throughout the rural Midwestern experience.
I saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens in-theatre and felt something, but is that really enough defense for the continued existence of the franchise?
David Blue was able to drive a long-awaited Wankel-powered first generation Mazda Rx-7 resembling a shed-bound example with childhood significance.