Weekend Reads: Transformers, Embryos & Ethical Dilemmas, Worshipping Artificial Intelligence, Buffy the Vampire Slayer & more
Also: Online dating, IVF’s dark side, technology and our brains, recent, Christ and Pop Culture highlights, and the modern western.
Weekend Reads: Star Trek: Discovery, Apple’s Bad Design, Satanists & Video Games, the End of Football, Rick & Morty
Also: TV storytelling, the universe’s simulation, Tolkien video games, Facebook’s evolution, David Bazan, a lament for Twitter, and more.
Weekend Reads: The Terminator’s Back, Star Trek & Religion, Movie Theatres Suck, Silicon Valley Silliness
Also: Amazon’s new sci-fi titles, The Prisoner, VidAngel, Donald Trump takes on the NFL, Facebook and Russia, and much more.
Weekend Reads: (Dis)Trusting Facebook, Silicon Valley Backlash, Netflix’s Atypical, Pizza Hut Nostalgia & more
Also: Artificial intelligence and “gaydar,” popular Star Trek episodes, Hollywood’s decline, Asian shoegaze, and imagining aliens.
Weekend Reads: Japan Needs Ninjas, DuckTales & Family, Google’s Evil(?), Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker & more
Also: Netflix and Facebook know a lot about you, revisiting U2’s POP, finding God in the eclipse, Trump’s effect on American Christianity, and nostalgic web design.
Weekend Reads: Donald Trump & Evangelicals, Charlottesville, Biblical Literacy, Prince’s Official Purple & more
Also: Waiting for your favorite authors, the allure of magic, publishing trends, shoegaze protest, and the dark matter enigma.
Also: Novelists tussle on Twitter, improving Apple’s Safari browser, Facebook and the Church.
Weekend Reads: iZombie, A Ghost Story, Shoegaze History, Battle Royale’s Legacy, Hayao Miyazaki’s Storytelling & more
Also: Your new favorite typeface to hate, revisiting David Lynch’s Dune, gritty modern reboots, whither Google Fiber, and the downside of constant communication.
Weekend Reads: Anime’s New Golden Age, Luc Besson’s Valerian, “Post-Horror” Films, the World’s Oldest Websites, Brain-Hacking & more
Also: Facebook’s population, the iPhone’s future, North Korea, Donald Trump’s TV addiction, new movie formats, comic books, and Henry David Thoreau’s video game.
Weekend Reads: Edgar Wright, the Electric Guitar’s Demise, H. P. Lovecraft’s Poetry, The Smiths’ Greatest Songs & more
Also: Rethinking “Shaun of the Dead,” the church pew’s sordid history, America the idol, and the modern Republican dilemma.
Weekend Reads: Superstore’s Humanizing Effect, Craigslist’s Ugly-but-Effective Design, Roadside Monument’s Return, One Punch Man & More
Also: The best good bad movies, a new “Robotech” comic, how SEO ruins websites, and more “Wonder Woman” goodness.
Also: Cuba’s Netflix, pre-Tolkien fantasy epics, anime samurai apologetics, and conservatives vs. Julius Caesar.
Weekend Reads: Wonder Woman, Studio Ghibli’s Theme Park, Cowboy Bebop, Bernie Sanders, Christianity’s Decline & More
Also: The decline of Contemporary Christian Music, Google Chrome’s ad blocker, Harvard and online privacy, and conspiracy theories of the Left.
Reading: OK Computer, the Perfect Schwarzenegger Film, Katsuhiro Otomo, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Silicon Valley vs. Grilled Cheese & More
Also: The beauty of storms, the GIF turns 30, a history of snake handling, call-out culture toxicity, and killing iTunes.
Reading: The Cure’s Best Songs, Seeing Star Wars in ‘77, Facebook’s Latest Debacle, Trump’s Declining Speech & More
Also: Marvel’s comic woes, revisiting ‘Code 46,’ an atheist biopic, pretentious movies, the Republicans’ pro-life fail, and living the Lego dream.
Reading: Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus, Star Trek: Discovery, MST3K, Fearing the Alt-Left & More
Also: Screwing over creatives, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’s narrative flaws, saving old TV shows, redeeming nostalgia, touring Apple’s new campus, hand-coding CSS, and a better pro-life approach.
Also: King Arthur, Silicon Valley silliness, and the downside of “mobile first” web design.
Also: Critics and Spike Lee’s latest, Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker, webfont performance & godless video games.
A round-up of interesting ‘Star Wars’ articles, from the series’ relationship to Gnosticism to its relationship with millennials.
Also: Living in a hologram, Halo’s storytelling shortcomings, Sanjay’s Super Team, and Star Wars economics.