What is the David Foster Wallace Reader for? At nearly a thousand pages, certainly, an argument could be made for its completeness, inasmuch as one
The adoring young children of the BBC’s kindly old animal lover “Uncle Max” would surely be surprised to discover he spent most of his life
I’m a fan of high-minded analysis of low culture. Chuck Klosterman’s early work comes to mind. Or maybe Overthinking It. So for me, it’s a
Some form of life could have developed electromagnetic communication technology, or even near-lightspeed travel, flourished for a million years, died off a million years ago, and we still won’t hear from them for another million years .
No, there’s never anything on, because there’s not supposed to be. Except for the tube itself, of course.
The Never-Ending Story – This isn’t really sci-fi, but it breaks my heart because Falcor dies. I think he dies. Right? I mean really this movie is fucking weird if you think about it for a second. And it’s sad. So there’s that.