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January 17, 2020

"Back in New Britain, Burritt had to begin a new life. He owned some property known as the 'Stone Store.' He remodeled the building for a school, turned the upper floor into an observatory, purchased a telescope and other apparatus and o...

December 22, 2019

ACRONYM, otherwise known as Amy Nicole, is one of Detroit’s best hidden resources. As a journalist, photographer, events curator, and creative director, ACRONYM has her finger on the city’s pulsating music scene. Not only is she the founder of “Found...

November 15, 2019

The legendary mashup combines verses by the Wu-Tang Clan with Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, and it is utterly, unequivocally, and unbelievably awesome. And while some purists will be appalled at the mere idea of tampering with perfectio...

November 11, 2019

The fictional work is presented as the diary and impromptu autobiography of Rabo Karabekian, a well-off but lonely artist in his senior years, whose quiet life is uprooted by a bossy and sexually provocative woman by the name of Mrs. Circe Berman. Th...

October 29, 2019

So much of music is about character. In fact, character may be the main reason bands like the Sex Pistols were even a big deal; it certainly wasn’t because of their prolific knowledge of different scales. Up and coming singer/songwriter, Thomas Pries...

October 22, 2019

Imagine you are about to go see a very sophisticated marionette theater production. It’s about a traveling theater company that performs across the world, while encountering different people from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. The production...

October 15, 2019

If you were a wildly successful entrepreneur dead set on finding a way to preserve the deep love you share with your romantic partner for all eternity, would you alter the course of human evolution to do it? And, if so, where would you start? Futuris...

October 15, 2019

Imagine having to create a visual narrative introducing a complicated story exploring the nature of reality, consciousness, and the singularity — a theoretical point in the future when technological growth becomes unmanageable and irreversible, resul...

October 15, 2019

On a brisk fall afternoon in Brooklyn’s Red Hook, just a few blocks from the East River, a community of robots huddles, dormant and immobilized, suspended in time. The robots populate an old Norwegian seaman’s church, crouching in the corners of the...

October 15, 2019

To collect, preserve, interpret, and display the artifacts and history of the information age.

This is the mission statement of the American Computer & Robotics Museum (ACRM) located in Bozeman, Montana. Founded by Barbara and George Keremedjiev (1952...

October 15, 2019

As it turns out,  animatronics have a history that’s a story in and of itself, and it unofficially begins in 13th century Europe. Villard De Honnecourt (1225 — 1250) was a French architect who is best known for his sketchbook containing notes and obs...

October 15, 2019

At the 2017 SXSW festival, a performer used Einstein’s equations to draw portraits of audience members from selfies they tweeted for the event. The drawing looked like a series of unrelated equations until they suddenly morphed into realistic faces....

October 15, 2019

Leonardo da Vinci (1452 — 1519) was a masterful artist and inventor, and it’s difficult to say which of his endeavors had the greatest impact on modern-day art and science. Certainly, his research has shaped current understandings of linear perspecti...

October 15, 2019

Once you swallow the pill, your natural body temperature will melt the casing and activate the tiny robot within, which will proceed to configure itself into whatever form is required for the successful completion of the procedure. Then, once the mis...

October 15, 2019

Although prototypes of various robots have existed for hundreds of years, the word robot is absent from all literary and scientific papers until the early part of the 20th century. That’s because it hadn’t been invented yet. This was changed by the m...

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