In the early ’90s, I was a junior partner in a comics and game shop in downtown Columbia, Missouri, called The Danger Room. The senior partner and store manager Lucas also lived in an unused floor in the store (it was an old building that had been a women’s clothing store for decades and had tons of space), in spite…
A friend got me into RPGs through AD&D over Christmas break during our freshman year in college. Later, I wanted to get the books, but they were too expensive, but a new boxed from TSR called Star Frontiers was in my price range. It was OK, but I thought it was sort of dumb.
I’d seen the little black books with…
George Mason University engineering students create a method to extinguish fire using sound.
I like the new io9 design and its increasing number of iterations. That being said, I find the huge indent in the article headlines to be really distracting.
I'm not entirely certain what Gawker is doing with this Kinja stuff. Is it an attempt to take a bite out of Tumblr's traffic, or a way for them to tempt the unwary into providing content they can then swipe for their various group blogs? (I need to actually read the terms of service on that one.)
At last, they had found the perfect robot to explore the ice-capped seas of Jupiter's moon Europa.