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I had so much fun on Studio 360 last night. First of all, thanks to Emily Joy, Jeff, Connie, and Ellen for coming out, and thanks to Josh for practice interviews. It really put me at ease, and I think … Continue reading
Tired of reading my opinions for free? Live in New York? Well, have I got news for you! On the evening of Novemeber 17th, I’ll be recording a live show on time travel with Studio 360 with Kurt Anderson. Come … Continue reading
Anyone with an afternoon to waste, a functional cable box, and a lack of motivation to change the channel has found themselves stuck to a leather sofa watching the SciFi channel. No one is proud of it and no one … Continue reading
First of all, I’d like to thank everybody for all of the interest in my article in yesterday’s slate. It was apparently the most viewed story of the day, and even briefly made it on to the front page of … Continue reading
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, step right up! You won’t believe your eyes; you won’t believe your ears; this is not a lie, not a hoax– Dave Goldberg discusses time travel in Slate Magazine.
Far be it from me to turn this entire blog into a single extended rant on time travel, although that seems to be exactly what I’m doing. Unable to sleep this morning, I was stumbling around the internet, and a … Continue reading
Like Dave, I must admit that the reboot of the Star Trek franchise was a real breath of fresh air. The characters were craftily re-developed and engaging. There were, of course, some things that put me a little… off. But … Continue reading