A Residency In Portland

from Observer Sci-Fi Author Ursula Le Guin’s Portland Home Is Becoming a Writers Residency Le Guin had a clear vision for her home to become a creative space for writers and a beacon for the literary community, according to Literary Arts director Andrew Proctor....

Next To Heaven

from Deadline Who Is Anonymous, The Author Of Hot Book ‘Next To Heaven?’ Deadline Solves The Mystery As TV Rights Deal Closes With Publishing Pact Coming By Mike Fleming Jr. The novel Next to Heaven hit the market this week. Written by Anonymous, it’s a social satire...

AIgnore, No

from PC Magazine Ray Kurzweil: AI Is Not Going to Kill You, But Ignoring It Might We talk to the famed futurist about his new book, ‘The Singularity is Nearer,’ and why he’s doubling down on his prediction that humans will merge with machines by...

Time For The Moon

from CNN Why scientists say we need to send clocks to the moon — soon By Jackie Wattles Shown here is the old marble sundial at Palace Paco de Sao Miguel in Evora, Portugal. Sundials have kept humans on schedule for millennia.  Geography Photos/Universal Images...

Camp 6200 B.C.

from artnet A 8,200-Year-Old Campsite Was Found on a U.S. Air Force Base in New Mexico Geomorphologists made the chance discovery while driving past a roadcut. by Vittoria Benzine Matthew Cuba, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron cultural resource manager, brushes off the...