I was born in 1977, placing me right on the generational cusp. I don’t quite fit in with the Gen-X-ers, but nor am I entirely comfortable with the Millenials. Whether it’s cultural references, technology, or social issues, I seem to… Read More ›
This photograph features a vinyl record, a CD, a cassette and an i-pod, representing the technological progression of our experience of music.
“Scholars of ancient technology, R.J. Forbes and others, tell us that the Sumerians used petroleum-based products extensively, not only as a fuel, bit also for projects such as waterproofing and paving.” ~ Walter Cruttenden in ‘Lost Star of Myth and… Read More ›
Synopsis:In the Early 22nd century, humans have shed their bodies to travel through space. Produced through nanotechnology, their electronic reproductions, known as engrams, have been sent on fact-finding missions throughout the known universe – searching for signs of Alien life…. Read More ›