Permission for Mars

Robert Zubrin, president of Pioneer Astronautics and the Mars Society, argues that by placing infinite value on an astronauts life and demanding years of expensive incremental research, the net benefit of a mission based space program is lost.


Monty Python is back and ready for “Absolutely Anything”

Rumor mill tells of the Monty Python gang getting back together to create “Absolutely Anything,” a sci-fi comedy blending CGI and Live-Action.


Print my Name, Print my Name

In an era when anybody can self-publish online, does it matter if one’s name ever appears in print? Janet Paskin of the Columbia Journalism Review seems to think the prestige still lies in the name of the publication one’s writing for.


Five Stars for Fraud

VIP Deals, a company that makes leather cases for tablets recently offered a deal where customers who purchased their product could receive a full refund for writing a positive review of the product on Amazon.


When Twitter met Censorship

Yesterday, January 26th, Twitter announced they have implemented new policies allowing them to censor specific content at the request of a Governmental body.

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